Jim Beam Signature Craft Small Batch 12 Year Old Bourbon Whiskey (700ml)

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Jim Beam Signature Craft Small Batch 12 Year Old Bourbon Whiskey (700ml)

Kentucky, UNITED STATES
$69.99 Bottle
  • ABV 43%

Other reviews... "Satisfying finish that is beautifully balanced and elegant. All parts, right from the abv (alcohol by volume) level to the right age to the superb aftertaste, are working in harmony. 5 Stars/Highest Recommendation"- F. Paul Pacult's Spirit Journal September 2013

"Fred has selected just the right barrels from the massive Beam warehouses, and the result is a beautifully balanced bourbon...And at $40, it's a relative bargain for a bourbon this elegant, and aged for this long. In Fred We Trust."- Huffington Post Tony Sachs – July 2013

"Noe and company have done an excellent job choosing and managing the barrels they reserve for the 12 year old... It is right where a 12-year bourbon should be... Here the 'craft' is primarily in wood management and barrel selection, both of which are done exceptionally well." - Charles K. Cowdery – May 2013

...Nicely balanced, with interwoven soft vanilla, cinnamon, and citrus, all on a bed of light toffee and caramel. More subtle notes of marzipan, tropical fruit, and soft oak add complexity. Traditional in style, with a friendly demeanour. A good bourbon to have on hand, as it is very versatile. I would have preferred this bottled at 45-50%, but this will do just fine as it is. A new regular bottling.
88 points - www.maltadvocate.com (Vol. 22, #3) Reviewed by: John Hansell