Jack and Coke

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Verre: Collins



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Combinez les ingrédients dans un verre Collins refroidi rempli de glace et remuez jusqu'à ce que la boisson soit suffisamment refroidie.


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Jack and Coke origin story

The first known mention of a drink made by mixing whiskey with Coke was in a 1907 report of an employee of the United States Bureau of Chemistry and Soils, who encountered the drink when visiting the South, and said the proprietor called it a "Coca-Cola high-ball". Bourbon and Coke would grow to become a common starting point for introducing novice drinkers to bourbon, according to Dave Pickerell, a former master distiller of the Maker's Mark brand of bourbon.

According to Massachusetts Beverage Business in 2005, the popularity of the Jack and Coke combination was on the rise among 21- to 34-year-olds. Mike Keyes, Jack Daniel's Senior Vice President and Global Brand Director, was quoted in 2007 as saying that "Over time, more of Jack Daniel's is being consumed with mixers, such as Coca-Cola."

In 2016, after the death of Lemmy Kilmister, the frontman and bassist of the heavy metal band Motörhead, his fans began a campaign to rename the cocktail after him, due to his prominent and frequent consumption of the drink. On January 12, 2016, Food and Beverage magazine said they had officially named the Jack and Coke combination "The Lemmy".

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