Old Tub is one of Jim Beam’s oldest brands, and one of the best inexpensive bourbons from the distillery. Read my review for Spy here.
Last month I visited the new Fred B. Noe Distillery at Jim Beam in Kentucky. Eight generation distiller Freddie Noe has some interesting things planned there, which you can read about in my new story for Robb Report.
New brown rice mash bill, new look, and new name (sort of) – first look at Basil Hayden Toast for Robb Report.
Some of you whiskey-loving folks haven’t been fans of Legent Bourbon, but I think this whiskey from Jim Beam deserves another look. Read my latest for Spy here.
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Freddie Noe’s latest creation is Little Book Chapter 3, “The Road Home,” a blend of the Jim Beam Small Batch Collection. I wrote about it for Esquire, read here.
I got a sneak peak at the new Jim Beam-Suntory collaboration, a bourbon called Legent. It’s Kentucky bourbon finished in wine casks and then blended by Suntory’s master blender. Read my story for Esquire here.
September is Bourbon Heritage Month, so here are 15 bottles of bourbon you should taste right now to celebrate. Read my latest for Maxim here.
I spoke with some bourbon distilleries about the possibility of another bust in these whiskey boom times. Read my story for Vinepair here.
No need to spend big bucks on booze. Instead, try one of these bottom shelf options – read my latest for Maxim here.