Jim Beam Devil's Cut Bourbon Whiskey 70cl - £18 @ Tesco
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Jim Beam Devil's Cut Bourbon Whiskey 70cl - £18 @ Tesco

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Found 7th Oct
  • 45% Vol


Unleash the bold spirit of Jim Beam Devil's Cut, a premium bourbon with depth and complexity that comes from liquid extracted from inside the barrel wood.

All great bourbons have a magic to them, an element of mystery. As bourbon ages and matures, a portion is lost from the barrel due to evaporation. Many believe it's angels claiming their dues; that's why we call it the "Angel's Share"- gone forever. After aging, when the bourbon is dumped out of the barrel, some liquid stays trapped deep inside the wood. This is the "Devil's Cut".

We've made history by extracting it. We use a proprietary process that extracts the rich bourbon trapped inside the barrel wood. When ready, we then blend this
liquid with extra-aged bourbon and bottle it at 90 proof (45 percent vol.) for robust, premium bourbon with deep colour, aroma and character.

A robust, premium bourbon with deep colour, aroma and character. A distinctly bold bourbon with rich flavour unleashed from deep inside the barrel wood.

Full bodied with intense oak and vanilla notes. Long, smooth with a hint of sweetness.

San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Gold Medal 2015

Ultimate Spirits Challenge
93; 'Excellent, Highly Recommended' - 2015

A devilish twist on Jim Beam's regular bourbon, blending 6 year old whiskey with spirit extracted from the wood of the cask itself, where it's soaked in over the years of maturation


Alchohol Warning33.8 UK Units per bottle
1 UK Unit Per 25 ml serving per glass
Know your Limits
UK Health Departments recommend Adults do not regularly exceed:
Men 3-4 units daily
Women 2-3 units daily
drinkaware.co.uk
Please enjoy Jim Beam responsibly

Preparation And UsageEnjoy neat, dilute with a little water or over ice. Mixes perfectly in your favourite whisky cocktail

2 Comments

Heat - Same price on Amazon too (my local Tesco was OOS)

Amazon link

Picked one up Saturdays... roll on the end of Stop-tober.
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