Hardin's Creek Jacob's Well vs Clermont Comparison
Hardin's Creek Jacob's Well vs Clermont
Jim Beam's got some pretty old bourbon
As I often wonder, having both of these old bourbons made me wonder how different they could actually be. The ages are not radically different and Clermont has only 1% higher ABV, but I think the mashbills are different. Jacob’s Well is a blend of the lower rye Jim Beam and higher rye Old Grand Dad mashbills, but I don’t think we’re explicitly told what Clermont is made of, although my best guess is the lower rye mashbill.
How do they compare?
And the winner is...
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