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Little Book Chapter 5: The Invitation Blended Whiskey
About Little Book Chapter 5: The Invitation Blended WhiskeyEighth generation Beam family member (and the great-great-grandson of Jim Beam) Freddie Noe comes from a long line of legendary distillers. In 2017 he achieved his vision of making his own line of whiskey, launching Little Book Whiskey. With over 220 years of tradition on his shoulders, he had some pretty large shoes to fill. That he did, but not before earning it and climbing the ranks. It was during that time that he found he shared his grandfather's passion for experimentation.
The operation is named in honor of the nickname Freddie's grandfather Booker gave him: Little Book. This annual Jim Beam's whiskey series features new, unique blends every year—his first batch of liquid gold was released in 2017 Little Book Chapter 1: The Easy Blended Straight Whiskey. Uncut, unfiltered, and always one-of-a-kind, each small batch is a limited release, allowing Freddie to innovate and explore the limitless potential of flavor.
Chapter 5 is called The Invitation. It goes out to seasoned whiskey drinkers and newcomers alike, reflecting on the influences that have made Freddie Noe the distiller that he is. It's a celebration of the past 5 years of innovation and exploration that are at the heart of Little Book. 4 components go into the final blend. The first is a 2YO Kentucky straight bourbon that's a complex, balanced, creamy, and sweet spirit. The second is a 3YO malted 100% rye whiskey that brings peppery spice into the mix. A 5YO Kentucky straight bourbon brings hints of vanilla, corn sweetness, and smoothness. Finally, a 15YO Kentucky straight bourbon contributes mature oak notes that add complexity. The whiskey is bottled at 116.8 proof.
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Whiskey origin dates back to Ireland more than 600 years ago and has become the fastest-growing spirit category on the planet since then.
It is produced worldwide from scotch, Irish whiskey, bourbon, rye, Japanese whisky, and other types. Each has a distinct flavor profile due to numerous factors from different types of climate, ingredients, distilling methods, and the aging process.