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Jim Beam White Label 1.75l - 1970s

(175cl, 40%)

Jim Beam White Label 1.75l - 1970s

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Beam White 4 1970s Bottling Note

A huge 175cl bottle of Jim Beam's 4 year old White Label. It's got a jug handle! In fact it's almost as big as mobile phone from the same era. Slick back your hair and take the plunge; it's in great condition with the seal intact.

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Jim Beam White Label 1.75l - 1970s Reviews

Great whiskey (from this era), overpriced

While the Jim Beam from this era is really, really good compared to the current offering, $500? Seriously?

I think a handle like this is probably $100-150 tops. If you haven't had older JB White then you don't know what you are missing.

10th March 2014

Huh

OK I have bought more of these than I can count. But they were 15 bucks and I was not yet 25. It is a good bourbon to mix into a cocktail (like a whiskey sour) but I don't get it.............

27th August 2013

This is stupid

Seriously. Why would you buy this?

17th June 2013

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