Jim Beam White Label Bourbon Whiskey & Cradle 4.5 Litres

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Jim Beam 'White Label' is a Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey and a standout global favourite. Jim Beam White Label is the flagship product of the Jim Beam Bourbon family and has been produced in the same manner for seven generations - thus making it the longest surviving family whiskey business in America. Jim Beam has grown from humble beginnings in the late 1700's to become one of the biggest selling bourbons in the world, now available in over 120 countries and claiming local title as the number one distilled spirit in Australia. Relax and enjoy Jim Beam White Label on the rocks or in one of your favourite mixed drinks.

  • Silver Medal - International Spirits Challenge (ISC) 2019

Tasting Note: Golden straw. Floral nose, soft rye undercurrent, oaky, vanilla, spicy. Sweet corn then soft oaky-vanilla notes, medium-bodied, mellow hints of caramel. Soft liquorice and drier mouthwatering vaguely malty tones, clean, flavourful.

Additional Details

SKU:
12219-NGB-UNIT
Size:
4500
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United States
Alcohol %:
40
Region:
United States
Style:
Bourbon
Varietal:
American Whiskey

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