Jack Daniel’s Whiskey-Infused Coffee Exists Now—Good Morning!

Getting up in the morning can be hard sometimes, and it takes a cup of coffee (or three) before you start to feel vaguely human again. But sometimes a massive mug full of caffeine isn’t enough to get you going, which is exactly when Jack Daniel’s whiskey-infused coffee would come in handy.


It’s a collaboration with World of Coffee. As the company revealed in a statement, “Our unique blend of gourmet coffee is 100% Arabica, infused with authentic Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, and roasted medium to provide a full-bodied rich flavor. The distinct caramel and vanilla notes of Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey are evident in each sip. World of Coffee operates using the same principles as Mr. Jack Daniel: ‘Everyday we make it, we’ll make it the best that we can.’ We have been roast masters since 1984 and adhere to strict quality standards in the sourcing and production of the best tasting coffee. Just like Jack Daniel’s Whiskey, our coffee blend is crafted with pride using premium beans and proprietary roasting methods for a delicious brew with bold character and a smooth finish.” Sounds good to me!

No, it’s not really alcoholic. While the coffee is indeed infused with whiskey, the alcohol doesn’t actually seep into the beans. Instead, the infusion is more meant to flavor the beans and give them that classic Jack Daniels taste. Sorry to disappoint you!

It’s available in multiple sizes. Whether you want a 1.5 oz bag to try it out and see if you like it (how could you not?) or you’re ready to dive right in with an 8.8 oz tin (which can totally be refilled once you run out), the Jack Daniel’s whiskey-infused coffee comes in a few different sizes. There are even gift sets that come with a Jack Daniel’s mug!

Granted, it’s not super cheap. You can grab a bag for about $7 and the tin will run you about $25. It’s not the most expensive thing in the world but it’s also not the cheapest. However, given that this is a novelty product, the pricing is pretty reasonable.

There’s even a decaf version available! If you can’t have caffeine or are simply trying to cut back but still want in on the Jack Daniel’s fun, you can always grab a tin of the decaf version for about the same price as the regular coffee. What are you waiting for?


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