Jim Beam Bourbon Sunflower Seeds

Feb 7, 2014

Category: Food

As it does every year after the Super Bowl, the utterances of “Only __ more days till pitchers and catchers,” tend to multiply. What that means is baseball is on the way, and where’s there’s baseball there’s almost always crotch-grabbing sunflower seeds. Ever see a big league dugout? There’s more scattered shells there than the Discovery Seashell Museum in Ocean City, New Jersey. A real place, by the way. Just looked it up.

But these Jim Beam Barbecue Sunflower Seeds might put a screeching halt to the tradition of spitting out the shells and focusing on the seeds. I mean, they are infused with the goodness of genuine Jim Beam Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Will the term “SST (sunflower seed tipsy)” ever materialize? No, there’s no buzz to be had here. But that’s why we have the phrase BYOB. [Purchase]

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