Jim Beam Devil's Cut is a premium bourbon with a depth and complexity stemming from the process of extracting the liquid from inside the wood of the casks in which it has been matured. What makes Jim Beam Devil's Cut special is the way in which its maturation is carried out. The producers say that, during maturation, part of the whisky evaporates – they call that the angels’ cut, while that which is left impregnated in the walls of the maturation casks and that which goes on to fill the bottles of Jim Beam is the devil’s cut.
The story of Jim Beam Devil's Cut, the devil’s whisky, becomes even more interesting when we learn that, after this strange “process”, the beverage is mixed with another bourbon matured for six years, precisely in order to obtain the strong woody taste of Jim Beam Devil's Cut. Are you a caramel lover? For, if you are, then you will be surprised by the fragrant notes and delicious caramel taste this original American bourbon has been spoiling its consumers with from the very first bottle ever produced.