Jim Beam Devil's Cut Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

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Size750mL Proof90 (45% ABV) *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
You are familiar with the "angel's share" ― the portion of the whiskey that evaporates during maturation. The "Devil's Cut", as the folks at Jim Beam call it, is the liquid that remains within once the barrels are emptied. They extract this spirit, then blend it with 6YO bourbon, crafting this intensely oaky expression.
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Note:  Once an order has been safely & successfully delivered, we do not accept returns due to change of heart or taste. Due to state regulations, we cannot accept the return of alcohol purchased by a customer in error.

About Jim Beam Devil's Cut Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

After the barrels are emptied, a small portion of the liquid remains trapped inside. This "Devil's Cut", as the folks at Jim Beam call it, is extracted using a proprietary process, then blended with 6-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon and bottled at 90 proof, creating Jim Beam Devil's Cut Whiskey. It's an intensely oaky, deep, and complex spirit with an extra layer of richness and robust flavor.

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About Jim Beam

Following the end of the American Revolutionary War, Johannes Reginald Beam emigrated from Germany to the United States, and eventually settled in Kentucky County. At the time, Kentucky County was still considered part of Virginia, and was overseen by a military governor named John J. Bowman. In order to encourage westward expansion, Virginia issued pioneers who agreed to settle in Kentucky County "corn writs," which granted the pioneers 60 acres of land if they agreed to settle in Kentucky and start farming corn.

After settling in Kentucky, Beam began harvesting corn and set forth a family tradition by distilling the excess grains he harvested into whiskey. Since then, seven generations of the Beam family have been involved in whiskey production for the eponymous company (the company is actually named after James Beam, who rescued it following Prohibition). Today, Fred Noe — a seventh generation master distiller and the great grandson of Colonel James B. Beam — shepherds his family legacy forward.

About Bourbon

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?

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The nose opens with an intense and deep aroma of charred oak and hints of smoke in the background. It's full-bodied, rich, and complex with intense oak, vanilla, and fruit on the pleasantly sweet palate. The finish has lingering oak, spice, and vanilla notes.
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