Jack Daniel’s launches a bold new cider


Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Cider is now available nationwide


Jack_Daniels_Cider 330mlJack Daniel’s is proud to announce the arrival of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Cider in Ireland. Available in retailers, off licences and selected bars and restaurants nationwide, Ireland is only the second market to welcome Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Cider in the world. 

Honouring Mr. Jack’s independent spirit, this unique recipe combines a crisp apple cider blended with Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, for a distinctive flavour that is truly Jack to the core. 

Over 150 years ago, Mr Jasper Newton ‘Jack’ Daniel registered the first US distillery. To this day it remains the source of every single drop of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, which is found in every bottle of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Cider.  

Continuing Mr Jack’s legacy and innovative spirit, the famous whiskey has been given a refreshing new twist, blended with crisp cider from handpicked apples.  Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Cider has the bold attitude of Jack yet is crisp and lightly spiced with hints of caramel and vanilla.

Nikki Maguire, Market Development Manager, Edward Dillon said, “We are very proud to introduce Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Cider to Irish consumers, offering them the chance to be among some of the very first to enjoy a unique recipe and distinctive flavour that is unmistakably Jack to the core. Cider is an ever-popular drink among Irish consumers, but we know that there’s room for even more choice and our offering is truly unique. With summer just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to stock up the fridge with this bold new innovation from Jack Daniel’s.”

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Cider is best enjoyed chilled, straight from the bottle and is perfect to drink with friends, either in bars, or at home this summer and beyond.

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Cider (5.5%) is available to buy in single 330ml glass bottles or 4x330ml packs from retailers and off licences nationwide (RRP of €3.50 per bottle or 4 x 330ml for €13) as well as selected bars, restaurants and venues.


Don’t be a bad apple. Drink responsibly.

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