Jim Beam Bourbon Devil's Cut  750ml
SKU 823688

Jim Beam Bourbon Devil's Cut

Kentucky - United States

Professional Wine Reviews for Jim Beam Bourbon Devil's Cut

Rated 93 by Ultimate Beverage Challenge
Bright orange, rusty color. Fragrance is of nutmeg, cloves, breakfast cereal, oatmeal, toasted bread and warm hay aromas really work well together. Taste phase is warming, bordering on fiery, but tightly controlled, semi-sweet, peppery, spicy. There os a slight herbaceous character in the finish.
Rated 90 by Wine Enthusiast
The backstory behind this bottling is that Master Distiller Fred Noe uses a ’barrel sweating’ technique to coax out Bourbon that has soaked into barrels during aging; that extract then is combined with newer whiskey. The end result is a lean and austere Bourbon, with brisk espresso, black tea and fig flavors highlighted by black pepper and clove. Seems made for mixing.

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Country: United States

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