Drink: Tennessee Calling Winners

Jack Daniel's Tennessee calling

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey announce winners of Tennessee Calling

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey have announced the three winners of Tennessee Calling – a competition that saw the best. bartenders from across Scotland battle it out for a place on a career-changing trip to the U.S.A.

Launched at the Glasgow Sessions this October, Tennessee Calling set out to find the most creative bartenders in Scotland.

Bartenders were tasked with creating a cocktail using Jack Daniel’s that demonstrated their creativity, passion and flair. Check out our visit here 

Jack Daniel's Tennessee calling

The three talented winners include Grant Murray of Bar One, Inverness, Bar One Invernessfor his cocktail ‘The Usual’ – using a cherry balsamic and cola reduction, Ryan Mowat of The Finnieston, Glasgow Finnieston, for his recipe ‘Full Circle’ – garnished with a sprig of dill

Jack Daniel's Tennessee calling and Caitlin Tulloch of Lucy Liquor Company, Edinburgh Lucky Liquor Cofor her drink ‘Jack’s Rising’ which combined Old No. 7 with an Islay whisky.

Jack Daniel's Tennessee calling

The three finalists now have a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with their bartending heroes and to hone their craft on a trip to Tennessee and New York,

Working with the best mentors in the business, the three winners of Tennessee Calling will create, plan and host an event at The Dead Rabbit in New York City – the world’s best cocktail bar. After leaving New York, the winners will then travel to Lynchburg, Tennessee for the ultimate distillery experience, to see for themselves how Jack Daniel’s whiskey is made first hand with Master Distiller Jeff Arnett.


The entries to the competition can be seen using the hashtag #TNcalling


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