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Jim Beam Bourbon Signature Craft Spanish Brandy Finish  750ml
SKU 770047

Jim Beam Signature Craft Spanish Brandy Finish Bourbon

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 95 by Wine Enthusiast
The first rollout in Jim Beam’s premium Signature Craft series, this Bourbon is finished with Spanish brandy and aged in Bourbon barrels. It’s delicious; dried fruit, vanilla and praline notes are chased by a long finish that winds into ginger and cinnamon. It grows richer and fruiter the longer it’s allowed to open in the glass.

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Country: United States

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