Jim Beam Bourbon Whiskey Half Bottle, 35 cl
Regular price £11.99
4 years of ageing in newly charred oak barrels produce a smooth, elegant and refined Bourbon. The flavour is medium bodied with hints of spice, vanilla and caramel. Read more.
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Each box can comfortably fit two regular sized 70 & 75 cl bottles along with a few other goodies! Box Dimensions: 197 × 330mm × 101mm
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The Beam family was actually of German decent originally known as Bohm. The name Jim Beam also stems from James Beam who managed the business before and after Prohibition thus keeping alive his family's legacy. I also think the name is a vast improvement on the distillery's original title of Old Tub!
Smooth, elegant and refined
Bourbon Old Fashioned Recipe
The Old Fashioned is one of the earliest whiskey cocktails in modern record, thought to be developed in the early 1800s. Though countless modern variations have popped up in the centuries since, the classic Old Fashioned is understood as a simple combination of whiskey (usually bourbon or rye), sugar and bitters. Celebrate America’s “Native Spirit” on National Bourbon Day – June 14 There is something about bourbon that’s captured global attention. Some say the rise in bourbon sales is due to the growth of small batch and single barrel bourbon in the 1990s, while others say it has to do with the resurgence in popularity of hard-liquor swilling characters and settings on television shows such as Mad Men and Boardwalk Empire. Whatever the reason, you’ll want to raise a glass of the sweetened amber spirit in a delicious Bourbon Old Fashioned on June 14 as we celebrate the splendor of this great whiskey on National Bourbon Day!