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Jim Beam Devil's Cut Bourbon Review
Distillery: Jim Beam
Type & Region: Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
Composition: 76% corn, 12% rye, 10% malted barley
Aged: 4+ years – straight bourbon without an age statement
Price: $20-25 MSRP (750mL)
From the Jim Beam website:
“When bourbon ages, a portion of the liquid evaporates through the barrel and up toward the heavens. Believed to be angels claiming their dues, this has been dubbed the “angel’s share.” Jim Beam Devil’s Cut is not that portion. Instead, it’s made from the liquid that gets trapped deep inside the wood of the barrel—the devil’s share. We take the liquid we extract from our barrels, blend it with extra-aged Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey and bottle it at 90 proof to create a premium bourbon with extra depth and complexity. Designed to be enjoyed neat or on the rocks, Jim Beam Devil’s Cut has a robust flavor with deep color, aroma and character.”
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