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Blue Collar Bourbon

Episode 08: In the midnight hour…

Jim Beam White Label

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With Jim Beam white label, it all comes down to what you’re looking for. Compared to other budget bourbons, it’s probably one of the best inexpensive bourbons on the market. Many people are also probably planning to mix it with something else. If you’re someone that doesn’t want to have a strong bourbon taste in your mixed drink, Jim Beam is your bourbon. Its mellow flavors will probably blend well with just about anything. But, if you’re someone that wants to sip their bourbon and enjoy its finer points, Jim Beam white label is not your bourbon. This is why Jim Beam also sells their Double Aged and Single Barrel, not to mention their small batch series. Again, it all comes down to what you’re looking for in a bourbon and how much you want to spend.

Classification: Straight Bourbon

Distillery: Jim Beam Distillery

Released: Ongoing

Proof: 80

Age: 4 Years

Mashbill:  77% Corn, 13% Rye, 10% Malted Barley

MSRP: $15

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Rebel Yell

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This famous bourbon brand, originally named after a Confederate war cry, has undergone a rebrand for a new generation of rebels. “Rowdy yet refined”, this new look straight bourbon is the original recipe made with wheat, corn and malted barley.

Classification: Straight Bourbon

Distillery: Heaven Hill

Released: Ongoing

Proof: 80

Age: NAS

Mashbill: Presumed to be 68% Corn  |  20% Wheat  |  12% Malted Barley (Heaven Hill’s standard wheated mash bill)

MSRP: $14

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