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Bourbon Review: Jim Beam Double Oak

The history of the Jim Beam family begins in 1740 when the Boehm family came to the 13 colonies, determined to live the colonial dream. 48 years later, they moved where Kentucky is now and changed their name to Beam. By the late 1700s, German, Scottish and Irish settlers were making rye whiskey in Western Pennsylvania. With government incentives to move west and grow corn, many moved to the Kentucky region. Among them was Jacob […]

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Top 5 Liquors of 2023

Top 5 Liquors of 2023: Number 2 – Booker’s 2023-03 Rare Uncut & Unfiltered “Mighty Fine Batch”

Our Top 5 Liquors of 2023 sees our highest ABV/Proof entry on the list. Booker’s 2023-03 Rare Uncut & Unfiltered “Mighty Fine Batch” comes in with an ABV of 63.30% (126.6 Proof) and it doesn’t hide the fact it is that strong. The Bookers 2023-03 has an incredible nose that pulls you in from the first pour with an aroma of oak, honey, melon and cinnamon. The first sip has some significant heat to it but […]

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Bourbon Review: Booker’s 2023-03 Rare Uncut & Unfiltered “Mighty Fine Batch”

With four releases in 2023, we take a look at Booker’s 2023-03 Rare Uncut & Unfiltered “Mighty Fine Batch.” It was a bourbon I picked up to share at Friendsgiving but I a Monday morning quarterback mentality I wish I kept it all for myself. From the website, “Booker’s® Bourbon is a rare barrel-strength bourbon, bottled uncut and unfiltered. But you obviously know a good bit about bourbon, because you don’t end up here by […]

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