Post Profile






Watch Eddie Huang Eat Dinner With a White Nationalist

And other food news to know today An untold part of the history of liquor brand Jack Daniel’s is that a slave — now said to be the first black master distiller in the United States — taught Jack Daniel how to make whiskey. He’s finally being recognized for his role and accomplishments. In this episode of Huang’s World, chef Eddie Huang has dinner with a white nationalist.
read more

share
See more about: Jack Daniel

Related Posts


When Jack Daniel’s Failed to Honor a Slave, She Stepped In

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : NYTimes: Food

The whiskey maker backed away from a promise to acknowledge its debt to a black distiller — until Fawn Weaver swooped into town and took up the cause.

JACK DANIEL’S MASTER DISTILLER: This is the real difference between scotch, whiskey, and bourbon

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

Jack Daniel's master distiller Jeff Arnett explains the differences between scotch, bourbon, and whiskey. He also describes how location plays a role in how each type of alcohol is categorized.  Produced by Eames Yates Follow BI Vid...

Nobody knows why Old No. 7 is on every bottle of Jack Daniel's

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

The world's best-selling American whiskey has had few masters in its 150-year history, and even they don't know all its secrets. Jeff Arnett, the current Master Distiller for Jack Daniel's, admitted he didn't know why the brand was ...

Jack Daniel's Teams Up With Top Chefs for a Unique Bounty & Barrel Dinner Series

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : JustLuxe: Food and Spirits News

As the popularity of the culinary world continues its unprecedented explosion, Jack Daniel's is introducing a dinner series called Bounty & Barrel to celebrate master chefs and the brand's top-tier Single Barrel Whiskey. Thes... via...

Revealed: Jack Daniel was taught by minister’s slave how to distill signature whiskey

News : The Raw Story

The Jack Daniel’s whiskey brand is allowing tour guides at its Tennessee distillery to tell visitors that the company’s eponymous founder actually learned how to distill whiskey from a slave, the New York Times reported. The company...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC