Sipping Into the Fire: Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire

Jack Daniel's Fire is a blended with the bold character of Jack Daniels Old No. 7 and the spicy sweetness of cinnamon liqueur. It's an ideal drink for tose who like to add a bit of warmth to their whiskey.

On the nose, you'll get a strong hit of cinnamon with hints of brown sugar, butter, and warming spices. On the palate, you'll get a pleasant heat and lots of flavor without taking it too far on the spice scale. It's thick and oily in texture with a sweet and peppery finish that lingers on your tongue.

Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire is best enjoyed as chilled shots or as part of a cocktail like their signature Jack Fire Mule. To make this drink, pour 1.5 parts Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire into your shaker, then add 1 part banana syrup and 1 part lime . Shake it up with some ice, strain over more ice into your glass, top with ginger and garnish with a lime wedge to finish off the cocktail.

When it comes to flavored whiskeys, Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire is definitely one you should try if you're looking for something special but not too spicy. Sweet yet fiery, this whiskey liqueur will give your drinks an extra kick that will be sure to please your tastebuds!

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The Taste of Jack Daniels Fire

Jack Daniels Fire has a complex flavor profile that combines sweet, spicy and drinkable elements. It has a strong cinnamon aroma and flavor, as well as a pleasant heat. The taste is thick and oily, with notes of brown sugar and butter underlying the spice. Despite the fiery name, it isn't too overwhelming – rather just enough to create an enjoyable experience for whiskey drinkers.

The Ingredients of Jack Daniels Fire

Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire is an exciting combination of two classic flavors – Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey and a unique cinnamon liqueur. This blend creates an unforgettable flavor that is best enjoyed as a chilled shot. The whiskey has the same bold character of Jack Daniel's Old No. 7, but with a sweet and slightly spicy kick from the cinnamon liqueur. The bottle holds 70 centiliters (cl) of this delicious drink, just enough to share with friends and family, or to enjoy all on your own.

Is Jack Daniels Tennessee Fire Still Available?

Jack Daniels Tennessee Fire has been discontinued. The flavored whiskey was introduced in 2014 and was discontinued in 2020. It featured a blend of Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey and cinnammon liqueur. The whiskey had a sweet and spicy flavor, which made it popular among consumers. Unfortunately, due to the increasing popularity of other whiskey products, Jack Daniels decided to discontinue this product. If you're looking for something similar in flavor and style, there are other flavored whiskeys available from different manufacturers that you may want to try.


Jack Daniel's Fire is a smooth and spicy whiskey blend that combines the bold character of Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey with the sweet taste of cinnamon liqueur. It's an ideal choice for those who enjoy a bit of heat in their drink, yet don't want it to be too overpowering. The flavor profile is surprisingly drinkable and can also be used as a base for such as the Fire Mule, whch adds banana syrup and lime juice for a sweeter and more refreshing take on this classic combination. All in all, Jack Daniel's Fire is an excellent choice for those looking for something a bit different from the usual whiskey offerings.

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.