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December 2012

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Meet the Brunch Bunch A SWEET START W hether it���s a delectable pancake or powdered sugar-topped French toast, there���s a sweeter side to brunch, and Jailer���s Premium Tennessee Whiskey was on hand to satisfy our sweet tooth. Made in classic Lincoln County style, Jailer���s is steeped in charred maple chips, then aged and chill-iltered for a smooth, sweet taste that���s as sippable as it is mixable. Named after a Tennessee legend surrounding an island of imprisoned moonshiners, the Jailer���s story is enticing, but it���s what���s in the bottle that really draws you in. ���I look for desserts irst, even at brunch,��� laughed Master Distiller Dave Scheurich, whose sinfully sweet dessert-for-breakfast cocktail, The Jailer���s Secret, was decadent and delicious. The Brunch Bunch Says: ���Very pretty with a creamy and rich lavor. Plus with eight scoops of ice cream, what���s not to love?��� ���Jerry Rogers ���The cream makes the whiskey smoother, and with subtle vanilla notes and a warm inish that lingers, this is a quality drink!��� ���Troy Ritchie Fred Minnick, Southeast Editor, THE TASTING PANEL Magazine. The Jailer���s Secret serves 6���8 ��� 8 scoops vanilla ice cream ��� 4 jiggers Forbidden Secret American Whiskey Cream ��� 1 jigger Jailer���s Tennessee Whiskey ��� Mix in blender until smooth, pour into Martini glass, and garnish with whipped cream and shaved chocolate. Troy Ritchie, Sommelier at Corbett���s Restaurant. Jailer���s Premium Tennessee Whiskey Master Distiller Dave Scheurich. Chris Zaborowski, owner of Westport Whiskey & Wine. december 2012 / the tasting panel / 91

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