Wednesday 24th October 2018. Movie review of Halloween and Jack Daniels with Lynne Tolley.
October 24, 2018
It is movie review time once again with Andres Clemente. Under the microscope this week is the latest sequel to the Halloween movie that came out in 1978. Mixed reviews but it broke box office records. Starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Judy Greer, directed by David Gordon Green.
What a pleasure to have with us in the last hour today Lynne Tolley. Not only is Lynne a renowned culinary expert and cookbook author who travels the globe as a Jack Daniel’s brand ambassador, she’s also a member of the Master Taster Panel at her great-great uncle’s distillery — the Jack Daniel Distillery.
As a descendant of Jack Daniel, Tolley feels like it’s in her blood to carry on a family tradition. After all, distillery founder Jack Daniel was the original whiskey taster at the Distillery.
Every Friday, Tolley joins a group of up to 25 Distillery employees for the weekly taste testing of the newest matured batches of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey and Gentleman Jack. Every two months, Tolley joins a smaller group to sample Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel to ensure the aroma and taste of the selected barrels meets the standards of the Single Barrel flavor profile of a mature, dark amber, single barrel whiskey.
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