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Jim Beam Double Oak Whiskey is a replacement for the discontinued Jim Beam Black. Double Oak has been aged for 4 years in new charred-oak barrels before getting a secondary aging in newly charred American oak barrels.
Launched in 2016, this is a bit more matured version of the Jim Beam White Label, containing its classic sweetness but with addition of spices.
I received this as a gift by Master of Malt while making a big whisky order for our local Finnish whisky community. Nicely done MoM!
Robust bourbon from Kentucky
Double Oak is surprisingly nice. Could I even say it’s a bang for buck bourbon? Definitely a step up from the ordinary Jim Beam. This one has character but also that typical bourbony sweet smoothness.
Jim Beam Double Oak Scoring78
Peach Smash recipe with Jim Beam Double Oak bourbon, taken from Master of Malt website:
- 50ml Jim Beam Double Oak
- 20ml fresh lemon juice
- 20ml peach puree or 1/2 a muddled fresh peach
- 15ml sugar syrup
“Add the ingredients above to a shaker with cubed ice and shake hard for 4 seconds. Strain over crushed ice in a rocks glass and garnish with a sprig of mint and a lemon wedge.”