Jim Beam Devil's Cut Bourbon

70cl / 45%
  • Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Jim Beam Devil's Cut Bourbon
Web Exclusive Price £26.55 £22.13 ex VAT (£37.93 per litre)
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A devilish twist on Jim Beam's regular bourbon, blending their 6 year old whiskey with spirit extracted from the wood of the cask itself, where it's soaked in over the years of maturation. This gives us a robust and hefty bourbon with a nice added chunk of woody richness.
Country
USA
Region
Kentucky

Jim Beam Devil's Cut Bourbon Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Notes

    The Essence: A distinctly bold bourbon with rich flavor unleashed from deep inside the barrel wood.

    The Taste: Full bodied with intense oak and vanilla notes.

    The Finish: Long, smooth, with a hint of sweetness.

53 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    5 days ago

    I have had a few other bourbons and purchased it the other week and I was shocked as to how good the flavor and the spice notes. It is a great overall drink straight.

  • 1
    12 days ago

    Lowering the alcohol rating from 45% to 40 % is is bad as changing the the formula of Black Label Jim Beam a couple of years ago in Australia !!!

  • 4
    21 August

    A really impressive bourbon and an underrated one.

  • 5
    12 August

    Brilliant

  • 5
    1 August

    Ideal sippin' whisky. First tried it in The Whisky Jar in Charlottesville USA. Glad it has found it's way over the pond. Too good to dilute with ice or mixers.

  • 5
    31 July

    Absolutely beautiful first time trying Jim Bean I'm a big Jack Daniel's or Bushmills lover but this has to be the nicest I've had so far, It's strong but you get that taste of like a smokey nutty wood taste with like a sweet honey/vanilla taste out of this world, Friend told me to have some with a coke floaty and it made the desert 20/10 haha

  • 5
    28 July

    Really nice for the price...

  • 5
    30 March

    Bold taste

  • 2
    30 March

    Pretty rough. I'm a cooper to trade and have a fair knowledge of the wood alcohol. It's pretty much the stuff that gets left behind and then they sweat it out.... brain damage but drinkable!

  • 3
    16 February

    I'm very noob to Whisky but love a good one . I have bought 10 different Whiskys since Oct of 2016 first notes are hits yea right in the face with a very spicy oak. Tasting, lots of pepper and spicy up front. oak and smooths out nicely at the end but still somewhat of a bite to it in the end also . Not sure why everyone is giving a lot of 4 and 5's but for the price i got it for not bad at all.

  • 5
    23 December 2016

    Just tried for the first time and it knocked my socks off. Just fantastic, zoomed right to my top five.

  • 4
    9 December 2016

    Very nice flavor has a smooth but strong flavor

  • 5
    18 November 2016

    Excellent smooth and rich flavored bourbon. One of my favorites, comparable to much more expensive bourbons.

  • 5
    12 November 2016

    Now here we go guys, I've just opened a bottle of this and wow !! It's been on a shelf in the campervan on the drive for a few months, and its 2 degrees outside so it's nice and cold. If you've read my other reviews you will gather that Im a rum and scotch drinker, but as bourbon goes , this is good sipping bourbon it's full of flavour and surprisingly smooth for its 45% vol if it's really true what Jim beam say and they've found a way of extracting the aged liquor from the aged barrel then it's a job well done.

  • 5
    10 November 2016

    Very good this is my go to

  • 5
    4 September 2016

    Sipped it, over ice, with a pugliese boule: at least ONE of the ways it should be served!

  • 4
    29 August 2016

    A very nice drink, although it's far from a stand out, nothing compared to JD Single Barrel

  • 4
    16 May 2016

    "Nose" (undiluted) Oak, burnt almond and charred wood. "Palate" (undiluted) I am greeted by sweet, root beer flavored rock candy, followed by big lashes of saddle leather, spiced cedar, pecan pie, cocoa and vanilla. "Finish" (undiluted) No longer sweet. Now seriously mouth watering blast of brown sugar, cinnamon sticks, cloves, fudge and oak.

  • 5
    14 May 2016

    Probably the smoothest Bourbon I've ever had the pleasure of tasting. Sadly our liquor control corporation only brought it in for a short time. Hopefully they'll see the error of their ways and bring it back.

  • 3
    8 May 2016

    At 45% an ordinary bottle becomes a bigger bottle. If you are not a fusspot who cares. For matching shoes,then you wont find this bourbon anything more than stronger than the last. I have given my best & even had it with my cut finger in pentagram paper fireside deals till next full moon,but bourbon is for sinning. Not sippin and savouring.

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