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Monday, January 18, 2016

Jack Daniel's releases limited edition Motörhead bottle in Lemmy's honor

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Although Jack Daniel's and Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister had already teamed up to release a Motörhead 40th anniversary line of the Kentucky bourbon and half (literally) of Lemmy's favorite drink, Jack and Coke, there is now a limited-edition bottle and batch for Lemmy – a commemorative memento dedicated to the man who was killed by death on December 26.

The 94-proof batch was recently made available but has, unfortunately, already sold out. Its flavors are described by the folks at Jack Daniel's as "dark, oaky, but still [having] some corn and sweetness with that signature Jack smooth charcoal smoky finish."



In happy news, there is currently a petition circulating on change.org to change the name of the Jack and Coke to "The Lemmy," and Food & Beverage Magazine has already done so. 

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