In every era and in every country legends embody a fascination blend of characteristic folks that are a part of our popular history. Some legends may grow with their grandeur as each poet, each singer, or even an each brew. Whatever the legend entails, it enriches the lives of the hearers.

Tennessee has many legendary characters, one of the legends that will continually spark interest is the one from the Cave Spring Hollow whereas  Mr. Jack Daniel’s first registered his distillery. The other will be hopefully kept up to be the weird and wild millipede, who probably only wished to stay warm in the caves ground of the famous whiskey maker in Lynchburg – Tennessee – US.

The legend of Mr. Jack Daniel’s legendary story has 3 parts … the man … his whiskey … the shape of the bottle. So,  the interest of preserving this legend, the story is once again recounted.

It wasn’t a Breaking News event, yet it shifted around the world’s newsdesks on  the 3rd of January. A many-legged bug was discovered in caves on the grounds of the famous whiskey maker in Lynchburg, Tennessee.  Mr. Bill Shear, the expert living in Virginia was the name father to a millipede. He named it after his most prefered whiskey, Jack Daniel’s. The bug’s pre-name is: Scoterpes.

I wonder, if Jack Daniel’s would have taken this as a compliment?  Also wonder, how would the buggie stay alive being an addicted bug to Jack’s whiskey and not getting its daily snips. Will it be able to celebrate its next year’s name day.

A human being snipping all day long would hardly be able to stay firm on the ground on his two feet. Even the buggie is crawling on its 100 feet most probably had a hard time being  in coma,  completely out of space filled with that yummo Jack Daniel’s whiskey.

The story gets more weird, as learning the millipede found there is a new species. Probably it’s the result of the loads of whiskey that made the mutation.

Most probably the bug was just keeping itself in double pleasure, while licking the whiskey,  it watched the world go by and stayed warm.

How come the millipede could coop with this “speedy” 64% ALC. Even the Hungarian Pálinka is a killer of that measure.”

Be aware, if ya find a millipede in your closet, you should quickly drink your Jack Daniel’s before it crawls into your bottle and I would just like to add  to keep in mind … dont drink and drive to-night!

News source provided by: Ms. Ildikó Kelemen – Red Lemon Media

Updated by Aggie Reiter

31 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris on 17/01/2012 at 09:06

    HaHa…..Just wished to say over many years of observing people enjoying the mellow niceties of the j.D. product , one thing I have noticed, most of those partaking this brew quite often are legless at the end of the evening’s samplings….apparently this situation does not affect our milipede friends….Thanks…

    • Hello Chris… I was just wondering whether this millipede was alone … could it be that the last one of the large millipede family from wayback came over when the basic Scot and Irish whiskey was brought to the States …haa. Anyway, one more “drop” to the legend. Tks. for sharing your thoughts … Bye from Budapest


    • WOW … I appreciate this post of yours … all the way from Tennessee … ya came a long way from the other side of the Ocean to view my update … thanks alot for ya time and thought to share ya thought … might be a good idea to look around if there are any remained speices “hiding-snitching-snipping Jack’s whiskey.
      Funny … I myself have never tasted Jack Daniel’s whiskey.
      Warm regards from cold Budapest … Aggie Reiter

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