Jim Beam Black Bourbon
Our premium 86-proof, extra-aged bourbon ages years longer in white oak barrels than original Jim Beam®. It’s those extra years of aging that give Jim Beam Black® its full-bodied flavor with smooth caramel and warm oak notes.
16th December 2016http://www.jimbeam.com/en-us/bourbons/black
Jim Beam Black Bourbon Tasting Notes
A deep nose with a mix of caramel oak, cinnamon and vanilla.
Full-bodied, heavier caramel, well-balanced, rich and flavourful.
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