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White whiskey is rather imprecise term, in most cases it applies to spirit distilled according to whiskey regulations without being aged for period required by law. Jacob’s Ghost, named after Jacob Beam, the founding father of Jim Beam, is a white whiskey with the twist. It is made from the same mashbill as Jim Beam White Label (75% corn, 15% rye and 10% malted barley) and aged for a year in charred, white oak barrels. After a year the whiskey undergoes a filtration process in order to remove color, or at least most of it – in fact Jacob’s Ghost is not entirely clear, more like pale straw or ‘ghostly white’. The whiskey was introduced in February 2013 and remains part of the core range.
Nose: pretty mild, sweet corn, vanilla, marshmallows, hints of oak and rye spice.
Palate: light, vanilla, cornflakes, cotton candy, touch of honey and subtle oaky notes.
Finish: pretty short, with notes of oak, hints of vanilla and spice.