Bee Buzzing

Jack Daniel’s Tennesse Honey tastes good! It is a blend of Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey and honey liqueur made from fine local US honey. It is distilled in Tennessee. On September 28th, 2011, Jack Daniel’s Tennesse Honey was launched in Toronto and we were lucky to bee a part of it!


The black carpet.


Cracking the lid.

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Inside the hive.


Toronto DJ Ticky Ty getting the hive waggling

“It has long been known that successfully foraging Western honey bees perform a dance on their return to the hive, known as waggle dance, indicating that food is farther away, while the round dance is a short version of the waggle dance, indicating that food is nearby. The laden forager dances on the comb in a circular pattern, occasionally crossing the circle in a zig-zag or waggle pattern.” – Wikipedia


Cheers!

Jeff Norman, Jack Daniel’s Master Taster, raises a glass of Tennessee Honey.

Until you’ve tasted Jack Daniel’s Tennesse Honey, you don’t know Jack.