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Drink Review: Yukon Jack Jacapple

By Mike Thayer

Apple and whiskey is a great pairing, so good in fact, if you're not into whiskey, you will be if you try an apple flavored variety.

Regular readers know that I am a fan of Revel Stoke Whisky (the Canadian way to spell Whiskey) and I always have one of their flavored blends on hand, usually the apple.  I found something even better.

Yukon Jack Jacapple
Smooth from nose to finish

A blended whiskey with apple, spice and other natural flavors, Yukon Jack Jacapple is smoothly delicious.  It's got the elements of a great cider, yet it's not too apple forward.  There's that definite apple and spice nose when you swirl the glass and you also get those cider notes in the taste, but the finish and this is where Yukon Jack Jacapple is superior to Revel Stoke - It's a VERY smooooooooth and warm bourbon finish. 

I gave Revel Stoke Roasted Apple Whiskey four out of five Bachelor on the Cheap stars.   I'm giving Yukon Jack Jacapple five stars.  It's readily available at most liquor stores and if you can't find it, ask your favorite store to start carrying it.   

5 stars

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