Jack Daniel's are now selling whiskey cider in Ireland
Combining two things we thought were very separate.
It's a momentous Tuesday in Ireland as Jack Daniel's have started selling whiskey cider in Ireland.
Yes, you'd be forgiven for previously thinking that whiskey and cider were two distinctly different things, but that is no longer the case.
Jack Daniel's Tennessee Cider is made from a crisp apple cider blended with Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey producing a product they call "adistinctive."
We've tried the stuff, and we agree, "distinctive" is the best way to describe their latest creation.
The flavour is described as "crisp and lightly spiced with hints of caramel and vanilla."
The whiskey has been available in the UK for a while, but Ireland is only the second market that it's been introduced to.
It's a sturdy 5.5% and is available to buy in single 330ml bottles or in 4x330ml packs from retailers and off licences around the country.