Knob Creek was the first whiskey I really took a shine to, so I was excited at the prospect of a new version. This single-barrel expression is also aged 9 years and bottled at 120 proof.
After adding… read more
Jim Beam White Label is the best-selling bourbon in the United States (after recalling the fact that Jack Daniels doesn’t technically qualify as a bourbon), but the Jim Beam mash bill is used for several… read more
Served neat. Pours a clear, light amber with some pretty nice legs forming along the edge of the glass. Nose begins with some big banana and cinnamon opening up into some sharp alcohol, oak, chili pep… read more
Knob Creek 9 Year Old Single Barrel Reserve is the select single barrel version of the standard Knob Creek Jim Beam Small Batch Bourbon. Knob Creek shares the standard Beam medium rye mashbill with the… read more
A nose of honey and cocoa with a touch of vanilla. Very sweet tasty with the influence of rum and return to honeycomb. Big in character and ends with an explosive finish.
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