A long-time member of Jim Beam’s Small Batch Bourbon Collection created by none other than 6th Generation Master Distiller Booker Noe and named after Beam’s grandson, Baker’s Bourbon has always been lauded and sought-after. However, it just got a bit more desirable with its first-ever limited-edition offering, Baker’s 13-Year-Old Single Barrel Bourbon.
While this offering shares the same mash recipe as its 7-year counterpart, this one has an additional 6 years of barrel aging and is bottled at 107 proof (53.5% ABV). According to the distiller, that means this older expression boasts “noticeably richer notes of oak and toasted nut.” On top of a bigger, bolder flavor profile, this whiskey also comes in a premium gift box, metallic labeling, and a metal neck charm. Baker’s 13-Year-Old Single Barrel Bourbon has an MSRP of $100.
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