Jim Beam Jacob’s Ghost White Whiskey: Booze, Not Monkeys, In Barrels

A barrel of monkeys may have been the previous standard for a good time, but Mr. Beam has a better alternative. Jim Beam Jacob’s Ghost White Whiskey ($22) is aged for at least one year in white oak barrels. The end result is a robust whiskey that delivers the richness of a classic vanilla-tinged bourbon, while at the same time maintaining a lighter shade. This means you can get crafty and use it instead of┬ávodka or rum where need be. Plus have you ever seen a monkey after spending a year inside a barrel? They get very silly.

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