There’s an attractive quality to miniatures.
The opportunity to try out unknown treasures – or non runners – before buying a full bottle.
The ease of transport – particularly when flying!
And the chance to taste a wide variety of styles without breaking the bank.
This Jim Beam was part of a job lot auction acquisition.
A simple yet bold label design pleased me.
Signature sweet bourbony notes with a touch of oakiness on the nose.
The charred casks coupled with added ageing had boosted the depth of the palate with more warmth & richness.
At 43% it packed a spirity punch – which I found attractive.
Miniatures are fleeting memories.
Especially when you find out the 8 Year Old was dropped in favour of an NAS – non age statement – I encountered here.