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Red Stag by Jim Beam Black Cherry 1.75L
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This is a liquor imageRed Stag by Jim Beam Black Cherry 1.75L

$29.16$24.99
 
Malt Advocate 83
"Smells like sweet, dead-ripe cherries, mashed up in bourbon with some brown sugar and just a dust of cinnamon. It's sweet, a bit thick, but 80 proof warming, and the bourbon — the Beam cinnamon note comes out clearer now — is dominant over the cherries here. The finish sees more cinnamon, even a hint of barrel oak, and manages to dry out a bit. "
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Item ID: #8609
Shelf at store:31b
Size: 1.75L

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Malt Advocate 83
"Smells like sweet, dead-ripe cherries, mashed up in bourbon with some brown sugar and just a dust of cinnamon. It's sweet, a bit thick, but 80 proof warming, and the bourbon — the Beam cinnamon note comes out clearer now — is dominant over the cherries here. The finish sees more cinnamon, even a hint of barrel oak, and manages to dry out a bit. "

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Jim BeamSeven generations, more than 200 years, countless challenges and one goal: to make the best bourbon in the world. This is the story of Jim Beam®. Explore how one family has been creating and living one of the world's greatest legacies. FRED NOE 1957–PRESENT. Our current master distiller, known as the "Global Ambassador", expanded Jim Beam® to new markets and upholds the family traditions as master distiller, storyteller and innovative Kentucky bourbon man. FRED BOOKER NOE II 1929–2004. Jim Beam's daughter Margaret married into the Noe family, and a new name was brought into the Beam family tree. Her son, Booker Noe II, who was larger than life, became known as "The Innovator," revitalizing the declining bourbon category with his legendary Small Batch Bourbon Collection®.

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Reviews (2)

James

Red Stag

"A poor mans Rusty Nail! It really is delicious and quick and easy!"

Scot

Low abv

"A bit sweet on its own & the alcohol content would be nice if it were higher, but is overall enjoyable"

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