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Beam's Eight Star Whiskey

Bottle Size: 1.00l Item #: 1000347
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Beam's Eight Star Whiskey 1.00l

Beam's Eight Star Whiskey

Nose has sweet notes of caramel and yellow fruit; aeration reveals tobacco leaf, oak resin and cereal; finishes elegantly with toasted grain and oak.

American as apple pie and a testament to quality, tradition and passion, Jim Beam is the best-selling brand of bourbon in the world. Seven generations of craftsmanship go into every bottle, along with corn, rye, barley malt, water, time and pride.

Jim Beam is the flagship product of the Jim Beamdistillery, founded in 1795, and family operated for seven generations. It was given the name "Jim Beam" in 1933 after Colonel James B. Beam, who rebuilt the business following Prohibition. When you take a sip, you're savoring a bourbon that has been produced essentially the same way by the same family for more than 200 years. Isn't it good to know some things never go out of style?

 

Availability

Case of 12
will ship between March 1 and March 2
Jim Beam Brands Beam's Eight Star Whiskey
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.00l
Nose has sweet notes of caramel and yellow fruit; aeration reveals tobacco leaf, oak resin and cereal; finishes elegantly with toasted grain and oak.
 

Notes on the Beam's Eight Star Whiskey 1.00L

Technical Notes American as apple pie and a testament to quality, tradition and passion, Jim Beam is the best-selling brand of bourbon in the world. Seven generations of craftsmanship go into every bottle, along with corn, rye, barley malt, water, time and pride.

Jim Beam is the flagship product of the Jim Beamdistillery, founded in 1795, and family operated for seven generations. It was given the name "Jim Beam" in 1933 after Colonel James B. Beam, who rebuilt the business following Prohibition. When you take a sip, you're savoring a bourbon that has been produced essentially the same way by the same family for more than 200 years. Isn't it good to know some things never go out of style?