Jim Beam American Post: Whiskey comes out
The "white dog" embraces the thin caramelized layer of sugars that rise to the surface of the charred wood. The dramatic temperature change of Kentucky's annual climate expands and contracts the bourbon in and out of the wood. The aging creates a deep, natural amber color.
Basil Hayden's: Aged 8 years, 80 Proof
The lightest-bodies of the Small Batch Bourbon Collection, Basil Hayden's Bourbon dates back to a 1796 recipe that uses a higher percentage of rye and barley. The spiceness of the rye marries with the sweetness of the corn for a character unlike any other bourbon. it has a gentle bite and is clean and brief at the finish.
Knob Creek: Aged 9 years, 100 proof
Knob Creek is aged the longest of the Small Batch Bourbons - 9 years to fully draw out of the natural sugars in its charred white oak barrels. This gives it a full-bodied, woody, sweet, caramel flavor. it has a long and smooth finish.
Baker's: Aged 7 years, 107 proof
The recipe of Jim Beam's grand-nephew, Baker Beam, is made with a special jug yeast that's been in the family for more than 60 years. It provides a silky smooth texture and gives Baker's a full, balanced flavor after time. Aromatic with a sweet, smooth finish.
Booker's Aged 6 - 8 years, 121 - 127 proof
The late Jim Beam Brand Master Distiller Booker Noe, Jim Beam's grandson, originally created this for his personal enjoyment. It is uncut, unfiltered, straight-from-the-barrel. Full-bodies, full of power and heat, yet with a remarkably velvety, elegant finish.