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Jeremiah Weed

Jeremiah Weed is a bourbon liqueur manufactured in Kentucky and sold in limited quantities in the United States, mostly at and around Air Force installations. Its alcohol content by volume is 50% (100 proof).

Jeremiah Weed has earned notoriety and has become a favorite drink of the American fighter pilot, especially in the United States Air Force. It is so popular among this demographic that it has gained a cult following. Jeremiah Weed is a very significant element of American fighter pilot culture; how it came to be the drink of the fighter pilot is a matter of legend. As a social libation, the drink has also earned recent retinue with Glen Magna Farms socialites in the township of Danvers, Massachusetts.

The fighter pilot band Dos Gringos wrote a song titled "Jeremiah Weed" for their album Live at the Sand Trap about this notorious pilot's beverage. Gary Jules also produced a song titled "Jeremiah Weed" in 1998. In 2009, Jeremiah Weed introduced a new blend, called Southern Style Sweet Tea.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremiah_Weed
Last modified: 7 September 2009
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