Product Launch - US: Beam Inc's Jim Beam Single Barrel Bourbon
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Beam Inc's Jim Beam Single Barrel Bourbon
Category - Spirits, whiskey, Bourbon, 47.5% abv
Available - From March
Location - US, nation-wide
Price - SRP of US$34.99 per 75cl bottle
Distribution - Beam Inc
Beam Inc has launched Jim Beam's first single-barrel Bourbon.
Each bottle of Jim Beam Single Barrel Bourbon is numbered “to ensure a unique profile and premium quality”, Beam said yesterday (18 December). From February, consumers will be allowed to hand-bottle their own Jim Beam Single Barrel at Beam's American Stillhouse in Clermont, Kentucky.
By late next year, they will be able to select their own full barrel, Beam said.
In year-to-date results, released in October, the Jim Beam portfolio increased global sales by 3%.
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