It ain't tea, babe: Bob Dylan embraces Tennessee whiskey
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Music icon Bob Dylan is partnering with a distillery to make whiskey at a 140-year-old Tennessee church and bottle it under the name Heaven's Door.
News outlets report Dylan has partnered with Angel's Envy Bourbon co-founder Marc Bushala in the venture. The New York Times first reported on the plan.
Dylan recorded four albums in Nashville. The Tennessean reports Heaven's Door's first whiskey releases include a Tennessee straight bourbon whiskey, a double barrel whiskey and a straight rye whiskey.
The whiskeys initially will be available in Tennessee, Texas, California, Florida, New York and Illinois. Dylan said in a statement that he and Bushala wanted to tell a story with the line of whiskeys.
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