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Southern spirit

A trip to Lynchburg, the home of Jack Daniel’s whiskey, offers the chance to experience the union of the old and the new, writes Stuart Clark.

23rd August, 2008

A trip to Lynchburg, the home of Jack Daniel’s whiskey, offers the chance to experience the union of the old and the new, writes Stuart Clark.

There aren’t any moving statues there, but that doesn’t stop tens of thousands of people making the pilgrimage every year to Lynchburg.

The spirit they come to commune with is Jack Daniel’s, the fine Tennessee sipping whiskey - don’t you dare call it...

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