Jim Beam Ghost
|Region||Kentucky, United States|
In the early 18th century, Jacob Beam, the founder and first distiller started producing whiskey- white whiskey, now more than 200 years later, the dusted off his recipe and perfected the product that he first created. Lighter than traditional whiskey , more flavor than other clear spirits.
Region: Kentucky, United States
Nose:The nose is subdued, but corn at the heart of it. The scent has corn sweetness and corn husk grassiness on the surface, with faint notes of dry wood and pepper underneath
Palate: The flavor follows on that understated, whole corn cob line, with a slight trace of vanilla. The finish is in keeping with the overall character, staying on the light and modest side.
Finish:a slight oak spice toward the end of the midpalate which drives a very dry finish.
The Jim Beam American Stillhouse has got more than a few picturesque sights. The building itself is a replica of a 1940’s stillhouse, along with the actual staircase from our original historic stillhouse. Then there’s the rack houses, limestone water wells, bottling lines, bourbon tasting rooms, and much more. Check out some of our photos to get a feel for the place, then come around and see our bourbon-making process up close