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Like Jack Daniels? Then hope for rain.

by Angeline Booher / June 11, 2007 9:33 AM PDT

The drought in Tennessee continues with no signs of letting up anytime soon. It?s hitting businesses right where they make their living.

The Jack Daniel?s Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee says their water supply is running low and that?s putting the century plus whiskey business in jeopardy.

]The water source for the whiskey is a spring flowing through the Jack Daniel?s property. For over 140.the spring, known as Cave Spring, has been the water supply for Jack Daniel?s whiskey.

The water is one of the most crucial parts of the whiskey recipe. ..

http://www.wkrn.com/nashville/news/jack-daniels-distillery-takes-hit-from-drought/100997.htm


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You caught the dreaded "NT" bug
by Steven Haninger / June 11, 2007 10:57 AM PDT

but if you get any storm clouds, waft them a bit to the NE, please. Gotta water the gardens again. Happy

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There's a recent (NT) post of mine dangling somewhere
by drpruner / June 11, 2007 2:23 PM PDT

around here. When I saw one coming again I deleted it carefully on Edit Post, but there it was again on Preview Post. The sure cure is to Cancel Post and start over.

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Too expensive, IMHO
by Willy / June 11, 2007 1:09 PM PDT

I like Jack and Jim brands, but find them rather expensive now and since they haven't gotten any better, why cost so much. So, now I turn to Evan Williams label and seems OK by me. I certainly hope the water runs more freely in the future, because if they "Jac-up" the price because of the rarity of the supply, well then I don't know Jack. Wink -----Willy

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No,
by drpruner / June 11, 2007 2:26 PM PDT

I'm not at all like him. But it is raining here.

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