I dunno about you, but since the turn of the new year, my coffees have tasted like shit.
That's because they're missing Decembery additions, like Tia Maria and Baileys.
But it seems our old friend Mr Jack Daniel may have a solution, in the form of whiskey-infused coffee.
At first glance, this may seem like a dangerous development - after all, shouldn't we be able to get by just fine without our first drink of the day being whiskey-based?
But Jack Daniel's Coffee isn't actually alcoholic. In fact, you can even get it decaf... seriously, what kinda messed-up creature drinks non-alcoholic, whiskey-flavoured decaffeinated coffee?
As such, this offering is much more acceptable than topping up your brew with a hip flask. You'll be sober at work, but your drink will remind you of being intoxicated.
Jack Daniel's is selling whiskey-infused coffee, because why not? Credit: Jack Daniel's
The famous Tennessee brewer teamed up with World Of Coffee to create the brew of the non-alcoholic variety. Apparently, both companies share the same ethos, making them almost as good a pairing as whiskey and coffee.
So, how the devil does it taste? You won't be surprised to hear it is described as a 'full-bodied' cup of Joe.
World of Coffee's product description reads: "Our unique blend of gourmet coffee is 100% Arabica, infused with authentic Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, and roasted medium to provide a full-bodied rich flavor.
"The distinct caramel and vanilla notes of Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey are evident in each sip.
"World of Coffee operates using the same principles as Mr. Jack Daniel: 'Everyday we make it, we'll make it the best that we can.'
"We have been roast masters since 1984 and adhere to strict quality standards in the sourcing and production of the best tasting coffee.
"Just like Jack Daniel's Whiskey, our coffee blend is crafted with pride using premium beans and proprietary roasting methods for a delicious brew with bold character and a smooth finish."
No doubt your interest has now been well and truly piqued. Sadly though, if you don't live in the US or Canada, Jack won't ship it to you (the bastard) so you'll have to shop around on eBay and other reputable online market places.
The coffee comes ground in 1.5 oz bags or 8.8 oz tins, either caffeinated or decaffeinated (really, who???). For those fortunate to live out North America way, you can order the stuff on Jack Daniel's website for $7.95 (£6.23) per pouch, or $18.99 (£14.88) per tin.
Meanwhile in the UK, we'll just be dusting off the old hip flask and supping away as we scour reputable online market places.
Featured Image Credit: Jack Daniel's