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Jack Daniel's Distillery

Jack Daniel registered his distillery in 1866 - which makes it the oldest in the US. The site has been fully operational ever since, and even today it is still the only distillery where Jack Daniel's Whisky is produced. The site was chosen because it is close to a small cave, which pumps out virtually iron-free water at a constant temperature. This water is used in the whisky production, and is believed to contribute to its unique taste.

The distillery is now recognised as a National Historic Site, and has a visitor centre containing significant artefacts relating to Jack Daniel and his work. Ironically, for such a famous distillery, it is located in Lynchburg in Tennessee - which is in a dry county. This means that, whilst Jack Daniel's Whisky is made in Tennessee and exported all over the world, it cannot be bought or sold in its 'home' town!

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Tracks of the Deep South
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J Geary-Andrews
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“Having previously travelled with GRJ to Stresa in Italy, our expectations were high. However, we did not feel the overall quality of the tour was as good as we had hoped. In particular, we felt the hotels were only average, but in Memphis the hotel was not in a particularly nice area, and the staff attitude was not very friendly. The overall Itinerary was as advertised and therefore as expected, including limited rail journeys, albeit each being relatively slow and not particularly scenic, and each taking up a major part of the day. Our tour guide, Christine, was very conscientious and had clearly done her 'homework' and preparation on all the places we visited. We felt tipping our guide should have been left up to us rather than GRJ's 'guidance', which several people we spoke to thought was more than they might have otherwise considered fair. Unfortunately, we would probably not recommend this tour based on our personal experience, and did not consider the overall tour as great value.
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