Old Tub Bottled In Bond Bourbon Whiskey

Old Tub Old Tub Bottled In Bond Bourbon Whiskey

(0.75l, 50%)


6.5/10
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$22.99
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Jim Beam quality and profile with a greater depth and power at a value Bourbon fans will crave.

Aside from a short break in production during Prohibition — well, an "official" and "legal" break as far as the government knows — Jim Beam has been producing Bourbon Whiskey since 1795 in Clermont, Kentucky. Since then, an unbroken string of seven generations of the Beam family have worked there. And unless you are a Bourbon newbie, you know that Jim Beam is one of the largest produces of sweet American Whiskey in the world — making and marketing dozens of brands as a subsidiary of Beam Suntory.

Old Tub Bottled In Bond is a limited production run. But if it does well, you can expect it to become a staple for the line. And we have to tell you, this little gem is doing very well. It’s made from Jim Beam's signature mash bill, aged for four years in new oak and bottled unfiltered at 50% ABV. The word you need to focus on here is "unfiltered" — they mean it. In fact, they barely guarantee that you won’t find a wood chip or piece of charred oak in the bottle. But that’s part of the charm. And this little hidden Bourbon is a great value too.

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The Boehm family changed their name to "Beam" when they emigrated from Germany. Johannes "Reginald" Beam settled in Kentucky and set up his distillery — which he called "Old Tub" — and sold his Bourbon under the name "Old Jake Beam." The product was renamed "Jim Beam" immediately after Prohibition in honor of the man who fired up the distillery once again.
  • Category
  • Style
    Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
  • Region
    Kentucky
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
    50%
  • Distillery
  • Age
    4 Year Old

Flavor Spiral™

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vanilla
butterscotch
brown sugar
cinnamon
clove
candied
bread
spicy
slightly sweet
What does Old Tub Bottled In Bond Bourbon Whiskey taste like?

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Corner
Bourbons have very prominent notes of vanilla, as American White Oak is naturally high in vanillins.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Pale Amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma smells like cracker Jacks at the ballpark along with vanilla and crystalized brown sugar.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate is warm with notes of sweet cornbread, butterscotch, cinnamon, clove, and a note of PayDay candy bars, but not too sweet.

Finish
The finish is medium-length.
Ratings & Reviews
COLIN
COLIN,
Nutty with a little banana maybe. Buttery caramel. Jim Beam juice and very worthy especially for the $$.
 
David
David,
It has a very strong butterscotch flavor. Almost too sweet to sip on, but great in certain cocktails.
 
Travis
Travis,
I didn’t know the Old Tub was a Jim Beam product, or I would have passed on it. Generally Jim Beam does nothing for me. However, this has nothing of the flavor or character of regular Jim Beam. It has a solid amber color, has a nutty edge to it at first sip, properly burns for a 100 proof, and reminds me of a slightly under aged bourbon that could have used a few more months. It has a good flavor, but isn’t robust. Slightly sweet with a distant suggestion of vanilla, but not enough to distract. After the first taste, I added one ice cube and the liquid slightly clouded, but I’m told that might happen with this type of unfiltered whiskey. I liked it better with the single ice cube. For the price, it is right on par with Evan Williams and Rebel Yell. I would purchase it again as a daily sipper.
 
Ron
Ron,
Very nutty on the nose and taste to me, great every day sipper if u like Jim bean profile, heard it makes a great ol fashioned but haven't tried it yet.
 
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