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Jim Beam Devil's Cut

(70cl, 45%)

Jim Beam Devil's Cut
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Jim Beam Devil's Cut Bottling Note

This is the result of taking 90 proof Jim Beam Bourbon and extracting spirit absorbed into the wood of the barrels itself and blending them together. The result is a punchy oak-fest of a Bourbon, surely the drink of the devil himself?

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Immensely woody, fresh cut oak and a whole heap of vanilla and wood spice.

Palate: The American oak vanilla remains powerful with a rich woodiness joining it.

Finish: Yep still oaky, the finish is reasonably long with a pinch of spice scattered on top of that persistent vanilla flavour.

Overall: Well this is definitely a woody drink, and it is an interesting experiment in what can be achieved through wood extraction.

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Jim Beam Devil's Cut Reviews

Nick V, United Kingdom
21st October 2022
It's OK
After trying a gifted JB White Label, I gave this a try to see if it was any better. Apart from the oak which to me at least gave it an odd bitterness, it was just slightly better - or maybe just different!
EC, Poland
29th March 2021
pat c, United States
18th December 2020
Bought more.
Switched it to a high dollar bottle. Guests thought it was great. So much for sophisticates taste buds. I liked it just fine.
Frank R, New Zealand
11th December 2020
Good value, good flavour.
Devil's Cut presents an intense but clean oaky aroma, and even as a reluctant bourbon drinker I think it adds a touch of class to a glass of whisky and cola.
I would describe the flavour as cohesive and relatively smooth, evokative of sitting by a campfire. It's not going to blow your mind, but compared to a lot of budget whisky, this one would be my first pick at the moment.
Master of Malt Customer
14th November 2020
A very distinctive bold taste
A great product. I love it neat.
Dawg, United States
15th August 2020
A Fantastic Bourbon
My new favorite. It is very smooth & taste great neat.
Nick D, United Kingdom
29th July 2020
My first Jim Beam - but not my last!
This is the first Jim Beam product I've tried, and was impressed how good it was. I drink it neat without ice or water and it was spot on. Definitely will try other JB products.
michael k, United Kingdom
8th June 2020
the best
100% better than jack daniels
Master of Malt Customer
31st March 2019
All about the wood - devilishly special Bourbon made in a unique way
Don't be snubbed by the price - this is a SPECIAL bourbon, few know about it or the unique process of making it.

When any whiskey or whisky is made there are three cuts:
- the angel's cut (the bit that evaporates during aging)
- the man's cut (the content of the barrels)
- the devil's cut (the bit absorbed by the wood of the barrels)

It may be young but it's matured in old barrels that are at the end of their life, these barrells full of flavour then get destroyed and the devil's cut is extracted from the moist wood, this very dark liquid is then blended with the bourbon from the barrels to make an amazing creation, the best value bourbon in my opinion.

Yes the core bourbon could benefit from more aging, hence I think a premium version of this made with 12 year old (minimum) bourbon would be the best bourbon bar none!
As it stands it's exceptional value well deserving of the five stars for that alone, a unique drink and a great story.
Master of Malt Customer
26th January 2019
Top shelf American
Excellent drop. Good raw bourbon for the seasoned rebel.

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