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Jim Beam

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The birth of bourbon dates back to the late 1700's when clean corn whiskey was distilled by the settlers of Kentucky. The distinctive amber glow and rich flavor of Kentucky bourbon was discovered when a batch of corn whiskey was aged in new white oak barrels that and been charred by fire. In 1795, a farmer and grain mill operator named Jacob Beam perfected the recipe and distillation process for Jim Beam one of the world's finest bourbons. For over six generations the family has continued to uphold the standards and today they still control and manage the distilling process. 

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