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Jim Beam White Label Half Gallon Bottled 1960s

Rare Jim Beam bourbon whisky - White Label Half Gallon bottled in the 1960s

 

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•    Half gallon bottle
•    Bottled in the 1960s
•    Collectors’ item
•    ABV 43%, 189cl













 

This collectors’ item was bottled by the Jim Beam Distillery in the 1960s. It comes in a unique, old fashioned, half-gallon bottle. Unlike the White Label brand available today, this bottle of bourbon whisky was aged for five years. It also has a higher strength than today’s standard Jim Beam – ABV 43%.

It is a piece of history. It was distilled and bottled around the time T Jeremiah Beam was Jim Beam master distiller. He was the son of Colonel James Beam, the man - and name - behind the Jim Beam available to buy today. More...





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Production
Jim Beam Distillery, Clermont, Kentucky, USA
The story
Making Jim Beam bourbon whisky * Jim Beam's seven generations of distillers






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