Jim Beam Whiskey Coffee

May 25, 2017

Category: Vices

It feels like every distiller out there is coming up with different ways to infuse some other brand with their spirits. So far we’ve seen everything whiskey barrel watches to a boozy maple syrup. Jim Beam Whiskey Coffee, however, may be our new favorite.

The Clermont, Kentucky whiskey distiller teamed up with White Coffee, a heritage American coffee roaster located in Long Island, to roll out five different variations on their brew. Using Arabica beans and Jim Beam as a base, White Coffee roasted up an original, bourbon vanilla, cinnamon stick, spiced honey, and a signature dark roast coffee. This fusion doesn’t have enough to whiskey in it to keep you from driving to work in the morning, but it boasts a full and fun flavor that will make your morning cup that much more interesting. If you aren’t as much a fan of whole bean, White Coffee also offers up disposable coffee pods.

Purchase: $18

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