Booker’s Bourbon is a rare barrel-strength bourbon aged between six and eight years (except for the 25th anniversary unicorn bottling that is aged for over 10 years) and is bottled un-cut and without chill filtering at its natural proof between 121 and 130.8. It is produced by the Jim Beam distillery, which is owned by Beam Suntory (a subsidiary of Suntory Holdings of Osaka, Japan) and has the highest alcohol content of the brands in the Jim Beam “Small Batch Bourbon Collection”.
The brand began as bottlings of bourbon personally selected from barrels by Jim Beam’s grandson, the late distiller Booker Noe. Booker was a sixth-generation master distiller and in 1992, he introduced the world to small batch bourbon. Each barrel of Booker’s bourbon was hand-selected by Noe and aged at the centre of the Beam rackhouse where the temperature and humidity are believed to be most favourable for fine bourbons.
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