Size750mLProof126.1 (63.05% ABV)*Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
Founded by Jim Beam's grandson Booker Noe, Booker's is the epitome of small-batch bourbon. This one was named after his grandmother's biscuit recipe that the Master Distiller worked so hard to perfect ― just as he did with his bourbon.
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About Booker's 'Beaten Biscuits' Small Batch Bourbon Whiskey
Each year sees a few batches, Beaten Biscuits being the final 2019 release by Booker's. It takes its name from biscuits Booker Noe used to make. He spent years trying to perfect the recipe he got from his grandmother in the same meticulous way he approached bourbon and cured Kentucky hams ― a trio that always went hand in hand in Booker's household. The age of these releases always varies, since they never rush the process and wait to reach the perfect moment for bottling. This one has been aged for 6 years, 6 months, and 19 days in new charred oak barrels. It was then bottled unfiltered and uncut at 126.1 proof.
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Jim Beam's grandson Booker Noe couldn't wait to turn 21 ― not so he could start drinking, but rather distilling. Being 6th generation distiller with Beam blood coursing through his veins, as well as growing up in the heart of Kentucky, it was only natural. He worked for years as a Master Distiller, then started bottling his very own bourbon as gifts for family and friends after retiring. In 1988 he released the first batch of his namesake Booker’s Bourbon to the public, coining the phrase "small batch" along the way. Today Booker's is run by his son Fred and operates under the Jim Beam distillery. "Fred, make sure they don't mess with my Booker's," is what he requested of his son at his retirement.
There are not many things more American than bourbon, and although most of it is produced in Kentucky, it can be produced all over the USA. It must be made with at least 51% corn and bottled at 40% ABV or higher. So why not give this American classic a try?
The nose has vanilla, caramel, toffee dried fruit, and oak, as well as a hint of smoke. There is more vanilla, caramel, and oak on the deep and complex palate with a pleasant nutty and minty addition. Finishes long and full-bodied with oak and dark fruit notes lingering.