Jim Beam Honey70cl
Jim Beam Honey
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Jim Beam currently has over two centuries of experience in the bourbon business with seven generations of the Beam family taking the reins. Jim Beam has been producing its Kentucky bourbon whiskey since the late 1700s. This is when Jacob Beam took his father's whiskey recipe and applied it to corn to create a new, sweeter product. That product was bourbon whiskey.
Now, that same Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey that the world has fallen in love with can be found married with whiskey's natural partner: honey. Jim Beam Honey takes Jim Beam's original bourbon and mixes it with the perfect amount of golden honey to result in a sweet liqueur, without overdoing it. The final product shines with hints of vanilla, caramel, and oak. The beautiful taste of fresh honey remains on the tongue after finishing.
Jim Beam Honey is perfect to slip into a cocktail. It will give any drink that touch of honey sweetness along with that exciting bourbon kick. It is also perfect to enjoy on its own as the honey takes the edge off the bourbon, making this as easy to sip as it is delicious. To mix, try it on ice with ginger ale, apple juice, or club soda.
Description of Jim Beam Honey
Jim Beam Honey
- Color: Jim Beam Honey has a golden color.
- Odour: Sweet Aromas. Notes of vanilla, caramel and oak, with a superb finish honey.
- Taste: The delivery of a silky smooth taste, can enjoy this drink Bourbon very cold, with ice or mixed with your favorite beverage.
DETAILS OF DEVELOPMENT: The new whiskey is made with four years of aging, is slowly injected with natural honey to produce "a sophisticated profile, deep, rich flavor with a sweet finish to honey", ie 35% ABV.
COUNTRY: United States
The reason Jim Beam® Bourbon is the world’s #1 Kentucky bourbon is because we’ve been at it for over 200 years. Seven generations of Beams have kept our secret bourbon-making process alive, while battling the wilds of Kentucky, the Great Depression, two wars, and a pesky little thing called Prohibition. Now you can see our 200 year legacy come to life, and sample our Kentucky bourbon, at the new American Stillhouse right here in Clermont, KY.More about the Producer