Jim Beam Devils Cut
|Region||Kentucky, United States|
As bourbon ages, a portion of the liquid is lost from the barrel due to evaporation—that’s the “Angel’s Share.” After aging, when the bourbon is dumped out of the barrel, a certain amount of whiskey is left trapped within the wood of every barrel. We call that the “devil’s cut.”
Region: Kentucky, United States
Nose:A distinctly bold boubon with rich flavor unleashed from deep inside the barrel wood.
Palate:Full bodied with intense oak and vanilla notes.
Finish:Long, smooth, with a hint of sweetness.
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.