Jim Beam Double Oak Whiskey 70cl

American Whiskey • 70cl • 43%
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Jim Beam Double Oak
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Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Jim Beam
Style Bourbon Whiskey

Jim Beam Double Oak

There's an old axiom that claims "Two heads are better than one". Can that theory be transferred to whiskey barrels? Jim Beam's Double Oak might answer that question. You see, they initially mature this bourbon in freshly charred American oak barrels, and then move the whiskey over to a fresh set of freshly charred American oak barrels for the second part of its maturation!

A worthy replacement for the now discontinued Jim Beam Black.

Try in a Peach Smash:

  • 50ml Jim Beam Double Oak

  • 20ml fresh lemon juice

  • 20ml peach puree or 1/2 a muddled fresh peach

  • 15ml sugar syrup

    Add the ingredients above to a shaker with cubed ice and shake hard for 4 seconds. Strain over crushed ice in a rocks glass and garnish with a sprig of mint and a lemon wedge.

    Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

    Nose Full-bodied vanilla, old oak, milk chocolate and a kick of cardamom.

    Palate Subtly peppery/oak-y at first. Soon enough, waves and waves of vanilla ice cream bring balance to the palate. A few touches of fruity malt.

    Finish Charred oak toastiness lingers long on the finish.

  • Winner of 2 spirit awards

    Silver
    Silver
    Straight Bourbon - 2019
    San Francisco World Spirits Competition
    Silver
    Silver
    Straight Bourbon 10 years old and under - 2019
    International Spirits Challenge

    Allergy information

    This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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    Reviews for Jim Beam Double Oak
    Very nice
    This is absolutely packed with flavour, natural colour, 43% abv and less than 30 quid ! Much better value and flavour than some of the single malts Iv’e had recently and half the price. Try it, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised .
    TWC , United Kingdom
    one year ago
    Same again, it's OK
    This is my 3rd JB after the WL and Dc, and for me the same again, it's ok but not a patch on others at around the same price point -Buffalo Trace, W/T 101, Woodford etc.
    Nick V , United Kingdom
    one year ago
    Good bargain bottle
    Great choice in its price range, doesn't compete with other double barrelled bourbons though.
    Keith J , United States
    2 years ago
    OK
    OK
    EC , Poland
    3 years ago
    It's Ok, but not A+
    Not Wild Turkey 101 but close. Not the same flavor and spice, but some is there. Smooth and easy drinking. Good sipper.
    Master of Malt Customer
    3 years ago
    Better than ever
    Lovely little pick me up
    Master of Malt Customer
    3 years ago
    Go for the complex oak with some smoke on the finish
    True to its price. Wild Turkey 101 is my preferred bourbon. Jim Beam Double Oak is my second preferred now. Tried JD No.7 and Bulleit 95 too, but couldnt find peace with them. Pour a dram and leave it aside for a few minutes before you sip neat or perhaps add a drop of water. Brings out the character.
    For reference: I enjoy Paul John Bold, Amrut Indian Single Malt, Sir Edwards Blended, Jameson Caskmates/Stout and Black & White.
    Kris , Luxembourg
    3 years ago
    Underwhelming
    Undewhelming. Essentially a slighly lighter version of Knob Creek standard bourbon. Doesn't feel like double oaked at all. If you are craving oak, then I would go for Woodford reserve double oak instead - just way better.
    D , United States
    3 years ago
    Improved version on the original
    I think of Jim Beam White label as a mixer bourbon. This double cask is the drinking version. It's rich, sweet, spicy and complex. Try it warm neat, with ice, or a dash of water. probably the best tasting bourbon I've had for under £25.
    Master of Malt Customer
    3 years ago
    More complex with each sip
    Very moreish butterscotch vanilla toastiness. By the 3rd or 4th sip, the finish becomes somewhat saltier like buttered popcorn. I like it.
    Master of Malt Customer
    4 years ago