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Water, Charcoal Are the Secrets Behind Jack Daniel’s Whiskey

Jack Daniel’s whiskey is known around the world, but despite its popularity, the alcoholic beverage is produced in one small town — Lynchburg, Tennessee. VOA reporter Lesia Bakalets went to the Jack Daniel’s distillery to find out how this famous whiskey is made and why it cannot be sold legally in the town where it is produced. Anna Rice narrates. VOA NEWS

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