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November 2016

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56  /  the tasting panel  /  november 2016 ON THE ROAD WITH JACK hivalry is not dead. It's very much alive, m'lords, and m'ladies, and I'm not referring to holding the door open for strangers. It also comes in an amber-colored Tennessee Whiskey and goes by the name of Gentleman Jack. In 1988 with the spirit of spinning a classic, Gentleman Jack was introduced, separating itself from iconic Jack Daniels Old No. 7 by going through the charcoal mellowing process not only before barrel maturation, but also after. The "double mellowed" method results in a lighter profile that is just as smooth as the time-honored No. 7, with its own unique character. But I digress. The idea of chivalry extending beyond being polite runs parallel to the valiant implication behind the Gentleman Jack name. In the end, it's about being truly concerned for the wellbeing Yoga on the rooftop of the Drury Hotel, overlooking Santa Fe, NM. A True Gentleman Jack C by Jessie Birschbach / photos by Claire Barret THE LIQUID MUSE BARTENDER RETREAT AND COCKTAIL LAB FEATURING GENTLEMAN JACK Jack Daniel's Brand Ambassador Eric "ET" Tecosky and spirits indus- try expert Natalie Bovis, President of The Liquid Muse, in Santa Fe, NM.

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