Jim Beam Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey
Another reliable release from Jim Beam, which according to the company, has been distilled in a pre-Prohibition style. As most Rye whiskeys, this one isn’t afraid to make its presence known on your taste buds. Rye whiskeys have notoriously been considered as a whiskey thatis ‘not for everyone’, and the Jim Beam Rye falls comfortably under that description. For the ones who love it, there could be nothing better but for the ones that don’t like it, they might never really develop an affinity for it.
So is the Jim Beam Rye any good? Definitely. It brings to the fore everything that people love about Rye whiskey, and has been known to really elevate a whiskey cocktail. Quite spicy, as one might expect, and there is that caramelized Oak, some hints of vanilla and leather. It’s not the smoothest Rye whiskeys out there, but it is definitely not one of the bad ones. Famously scored an impressive 92 points at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge in 2015.
19th August 2020
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Jim Beam Kentucky Fire Bourbon
Jim Beam® Kentucky Fire™ is rooted in Jim Beam's bourbon heritage. Our passionate distillers have spiced things up, mixing the world’s finest Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey with the flavor of red-hot cinnamon liqueur, delivering a fiery, sweet kick.
Jim Beam Bourbon Original White Label
Jim Beam is a Kentucky based Bourbon whiskey brand that was established in 1795, and continues to be made using same recipe to achieve the desired result of an unchanged taste over the years.
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.
Jim Beam Whiskey
Jim Beam is an American Bourbon whiskey brand, and the largest selling Bourbon whiskey brand worldwide. Historically engaged in a tussle for superiority with Jack Daniel’s for the title of the bestselling American whiskey, only to have their product outsold by the makers of ‘Tennessee whiskey’.
Jim Beam Honey Bourbon
The touch of honey in this infused bourbon is perfect – not too strong or too subtle – and its warming bourbon tones allow the honey sweetness to shine, making it great for sipping on its own straight from the fridge.
Jim Beam 8 Star Bourbon
Beam's Eight Star is a blended whiskey containing around 75% grain. Blended and bottled by The Clear Spring Distilling Co. in Clermont, Kentucky, we estimate this bottle dates from the 1980s
Jim Beam Apple Bourbon
"Jim Beam® and Apple have come together to make history. Introducing the perfect balance of premium apple liqueur and bourbon of distinction. The result is rich with American heritage but with a light, juicy twist. Surprisingly smooth and deliciously different. Juicy but not overpowering, it retains a rich bourbon core. Perfect for whiskey fans, it’s sure to tempt those looking for a cocktail that’s refreshing and new."
Jim Beam Bonded Kentucky Straight American Bourbon Whiskey
Jim Beam Bonded is a no-age-statement straight Bourbon whiskey from Jim Beam, the bestselling Bourbon makers from America. It is distilled, matured and bottled as per the parameters laid out by the Bottled-In-Bond Act of 1897.
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