The so-called “angel’s share” is the whiskey that evaporates from barrels aging in the rickhouse. So it makes sense that the “devil’s cut” is that which remains trapped in the wood.
Through an extraction process, this whiskey is harvested, combined with 6-year-old bourbon, and bottled at 90 proof for a robust new take on Jim Beam. You can try it neat, on the rocks or mixed with cola, but some nights just call for a shot. Just say the devil made you do it. JimBeam.com/devils-cut.
Try: Gilley’s in TI.
Buy: Total Wine & More, $24 (750 ml).
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