Hardin's Creek Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskeys

When Jacob Beam first started making bourbon in 1795, it was the water from Hardin's Creek that powered the mill which ground the corn that created his first mashes. It's fitting, then, that Jim Beam's latest limited-edition expressions bear its name. The first two offerings of this new, annual-release series include Jacob's Well, a blend of a 16-year-old traditional bourbon and a 15-year-old high-rye bourbon, and Colonel James B. Beam, a two-year-old whiskey that was taken off the still at a lower proof, like the style of bourbon the Colonel was making just 121 days after the repeal of prohibition, letting the barrel's characteristics to show themselves in less time. Both are bottled at 54% ABV and will hit the shelves of stores, bars, and restaurants in July.

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