Whisky Booker's 6 Years Old Cask Strength, gift box, 750 ml
Reviews of purchase Booker's 6 Years Old Cask Strength, gift box, 750 ml
Whiskey deep and smoky amber.
Rounded and strong taste whiskey saturated shades of tobacco, oak, fruit and intense tannins. The finish is long and powerful.
The aroma of whiskey nuances of smoke and coal combined with powerful notes of oak, caramel, hazelnut and vanilla.
Whiskey is excellent as a digestif.
In 1988, the master distiller Booker Noe, grandson of Jacob Beam, introduced on the market the first modern bourbon, reflecting more than a century the way of the drink. Bourbon was named in his honor. "Booker's" differs from other bourbon that prescription in its composition at least 51 percent corn mash. In distillation uses the famous Kentucky spring water, filtered natural limestone. Term aging "Booker's" - a variable: it may be 6, 7 or 8 years. As a consequence of such a long, unlike two years required by law, aging whiskey turns out very strong. Force bourbon gives and the fact that it is not diluted with water and filtered. However, "Booker's" is very smooth bourbon. He has an intense aroma with notes of oak and charcoal because it is aged in charred oak barrels. The combination of high alcohol content and velvety texture brought "Booker's" to the winners of the "Wine Enthusiast" in the category "bourbon." Whiskey "Booker's" produced in small quantities, each bottle is numbered.
Jim Beam - it is a world famous company, whose history is connected with the name Jacob Beam, began producing whiskey amber from the milled grain corn, rye and malt. This drink is called bourbon on the area where it was produced for the first time - Kentucky Bourbon County. Jacob Beam sold his first barrel of bourbon in 1795. For more than 200 years, Jim Beam continues to follow the rich traditions, passing the magnificent whiskey recipe from generation to generation.
Jacob Beam sold his first barrel of bourbon in 1795. For more than 200 years, Jim Beam continues to follow the rich tradition of passing the recipe magnificent temples from generation to generation.