When we get a single charred barrel bourbon, you know you got a great opportunity for something good.. Regardless of the name, it could rock but then again it could suck.. Well, we skipped the single barrel and went with a Double-Barrel Whiskey from Jim Beam. It was Jack last week, so we needed to step up with some Jim this week. The bottle is open, the review is on.. What happened? Did we talk whiskey? Yes, we did.. Find out what we thought of it.. Train.. Train..
In this episode we were talking a little bit of Double-Barrel whiskey from Jim Beam. This was our first chance to try out a Double-Barrel whiskey from Jim Beam, which we had double barred whiskey in the past (with a Makers 46). We have learned a lot of people are starting to chase these types of whiskies like beer drinkers would chase hop tastes.
It gives a unique taste that can’t overly be replicated to get the same flavor. Yes, that is a bold flavor but our batch would certainly be different with other batches.. Now, while we aren’t long on our blogs, we are always searching for great flavor.. Check out the podcast and learn more about our Double-Barrel podcast..
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