Whisky Jim Beam, "Honey", 0.7 L
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Reviews of purchase Jim Beam, "Honey", 0.7 L
Bourbon deep, bright, expressive gold color.
Rounded, balanced, full flavor of whiskey filled with sweet honey notes and pleasant tones of corn. Silky, rich, enveloping, long aftertaste is replete with warm, sweet nuances of oak, caramel, vanilla and honey.
Delicate aroma of bourbon reveals hints of honey and vanilla.
Bourbon excellent in pure form and with ice. It can be used as a component of cocktails.
"Honey" - a new and unique product from the company "Jim Beam", a limited edition, which combines bourbon 4 years of aging and natural honey. Carefully selected ingredients, careful processing and aging in new white oak barrels give the drink an incredible softness and richness brought to perfection fresh honey tones.
Jim Beam, "Honey" - a good addition to a house party with friends. This is an interesting experiment of "Jim Beam", created for what would attract new fans to the brand and to please old fans of the brand new, unparalleled drink, while maintaining traditional lines outline style.
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.
Jim Beam - a world famous company, whose history is linked with the name of Jacob Beam, began to produce an amber-colored whiskey from the milled grain corn, rye and malt. This drink is called "bourbon" at the place 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 tradition of passing the recipe magnificent temples from generation to generation.