Stock produces and distributes a range of highly regarded spirits including vodka, vodka-based liqueurs, bourbon whiskey, liqueurs and vermouths.
A new flavoured bourbon whiskey with the distinct, tart taste of apples and an aromatic aftertaste of caramel and vanilla. Its lightness of taste and flavour provide infinite possibilities for mixing drinks.
Aged in new, charred barrels for 6 years, Jim Beam Black has truly distinctive character with an extremely rich flavour and a complex, velvety taste.
The only bourbon whiskey available on the market produced with natural honey. A perfectly balanced flavour with notes of vanilla and oak.
Jim Beam bourbon whiskey enriched with natural black cherry juice. A unique product which is guaranteed to give you an absolutely unparalleled taste and flavour experience.
The best-selling rye whiskey in the USA, Jim Beam Rye offers a spicy, dry quality unique to the Jim Beam family of products, which adds character and depth to every drink.
Jim Beam Double Oak is an exceptional bourbon whiskey aged twice. First, like other bourbons, in charred American white oak barrels. But then is transferred to another charred oak barrels for a second maturation. This results in exceptional and perfectly balanced depths that are woodier and richer than other bourbon whiskeys.
Sold in over 120 countries, Jim Beam is the No.1 bourbon whiskey in the world.
Made using a secret recipe for more than 200 years, Jim Beam bourbon whiskey is the result of seven family generations perfecting the craft of bourbon making.
Aged for 4 years, twice as long as required by law for straight bourbon whiskey, Jim Beam bourbon whiskey offers a vanilla spiced aroma with a mellow caramel taste and a crisp, clean finish.
We distribute this brand under an agreement with Beam Suntory.
*Product packaging and available sizes may vary across markets and are subject to change.
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