Jim Beam "Booker’s" Small Batch Bourbon

Tasting Notes A powerhouse; thick and meaty with charred oak, cherries, and toffee. Worth Knowing Bottled uncut and unfiltered, Booker’s (named after the late Booker Noe, distiller emeritus and grandson of Jim Beam) comes in at anywhere from 121 to 127 proof. Note Prices are average retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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