Jim Beam Maple

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Jim Beam Maple Bourbon, at 70 proof, how will it taste? Read more here

Jim Beam’s Limited-Edition Distiller’s Masterpiece Finished in Sherry Cask

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Jim Beam tells BourbonBlog.com that they are releasing their most exclusive liquid in limited qantities only at the Jim Beam American Stillhouse in Clermont, Kentucky for $199 just in time for the the famous horses races of May. This Jim Beam Distiller’s Masterpiece is an extra-aged Kentucky Straight Bourbon at 100 proof Whiskey barrel finished… Read more »

Jacob’s Ghost by Jim Beam

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Jim Beam tells BourbonBlog.com it will release Jacob’s Ghost in February. Jacob’s Ghost is a clear whiskey but  isn’t a moonshine nor an un-aged white dog. This is a one-of-a-kind aged whiskey, made from the same mash bill of the regular white label Jim Beam. The same process is used  up until the aging as Jim… Read more »

Fred Noe and Freddie Booker Noe in the Smokehouse at Jim Beam’s House

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× BourbonBlog.com‘s Tom Fischer joins Jim Beam 7th Generation Master Distiller Fred Noe and his son Freddie Noe IV in the smokehouse at the house of Jim Beam in Bardstown during Kentucky Bourbon festival 2012. They review the Knob Creek Rye with an on camera tasting and discuss Fred’s new book Beam Straight Up. Joining Jim… Read more »

Jim Beam 1795

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Beam Inc. tells BourbonBlog.com, in collaboration with Maxxium Travel Retail, is to launch the ultra-premium Jim Beam 1795 at Frankfurt Airport in June. The product will initially be available exclusively at the Heinemann Duty Free store in Frankfurt’s T1B Schengen lounge. Jim Beam 1795 celebrates the origins of the Jim Beam distillery, linking it with… Read more »

Jim Beam Devil’s Cut Review

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BourbonBlog.com sold our soul to obtain one of the only bottles of Jim Beam Devil’s Cut known to exist. We did it to tempt you with this advanced review as it won’t be released  until May in select States and Summer 2011 nationwide. This is the first Bourbon that we know of which uses fancy… Read more »