The James B. Beam Distilling Co. introduces its newest brand, Hardin’s Creek. An ever-evolving series of releases that features some of our rarest and most unique whiskies, Hardin’s Creek will chart the rich experience and distilling knowledge of the James B. Beam Distilling Co. Hardin’s Creek is the birthplace of the Beam Family’s distilling legacy. The small creek flows into a river in the foothills of Central Kentucky, where Jacob Beam’s legacy was born in 1795. Over 227 years, eight generations of master distillers have built a deep well of whiskey expertise.
To discover the future of bourbon, we had to go back to where the Beam story began. Jacob’s Well is the first edition of Hardin’s Creek, aged 184 months and crafted from centuries of whiskey-making experience and expertise. The result is a limited release blend of two ultra-aged expressions – traditional bourbon mashbill and high-rye bourbon – hand-selected from over 3 million barrels. Within each bottle, you’ll find notes of vanilla and caramel that offer a smooth finish and push your expectations, and the Beam legacy, in new directions.
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