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Meet The Man Who Taught Jack Daniel How To Distill His Whiskey

Jack Daniel is a very popular brand of whiskey all over the world, it's one of the most demanded whiskeys in the market, and it has been selling for several years.

Jack Daniel was a businessman, and a distiller from the United States of America. He was born in January 1849. He didn't marry any woman, and never fathered any kids.

His nephews were the people who took over his business after his death. He died on the 9th of October, 1911. 

There is a wise proverb that says, when you surround yourself with men of knowledge, they will help you to sharpen your own knowledge, and make you successful.

Before his death, when Jack Daniel was still alive, around the 1850s, he met Nathan Nearest Green, who taught him how to distill whiskey.

Nathan Nearest Green, a man who was born into Slavery, was the lord of whiskey during his time. He was a distiller who was born in 1820. 

He was regarded as the lord of distillers. He was the one who taught Jack Daniel the practical methods of distilling whiskey. He was the man behind the success of Jack Daniel.

Jack Daniel whiskey is among the best selling products in the world today. You will rarely see a rich man in the United States, who does not make Jack Daniel one of their favorite today.

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