Jim Beam Devil’s Cut

Posted in Food
By Sam Bathe on 19 Jul 2011

Jack and Coke has been the drink of tight-trousered indie kids for some time now, but for off the rack bourbon in bars, Jim Beam is still head and shoulders above it’s better known American cousin. And now they have strain from the underworld. Made from the trappings inside the wood of an empty barrel, mixed in with an extra-aged blend, Jim Beam Devil’s Cut is certainly full-flavoured but still a surprisingly smooth whiskey, perfect on ice.

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