Jim Beam White Label review
Jim Beam White Label
Jim Beam White Label Details
Distillery: Jim Beam
Type & Region: Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
Composition: 75% corn, 13% rye, 12% malted barley
Aged: 4+ years – straight bourbon without an age statement
Color: 1.1/2.0 on the color scale (burnished)
Price: $15-20 MSRP (750mL)
From the Jim Beam website:
“Since 1795, Jim Beam has been crafted by the Beam family and distilled with a strong sense of family values. Seven generations later, it’s still made with those same values and aged twice as long as the law requires. Perhaps that’s why, today, Jim Beam stands as the World’s #1 Bourbon. Elegant. Smooth. Refined. That’s what 4 years of aging in newly charred American white oak barrels does to our bourbon. But every drop is worth the effort, and we love the idea of sticking to our great-great-grandfather’s recipe.
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