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Jim Beam, Clermont, Kentucky







"Jim Beam", 526 Happy Hollow Rd, Clermont, KY 40110
hours:  9AM–5:30PM
phone: (502) 215-2295

Hey there!! Welcome! Glad you stopped in today, are you a drinker? Maybe 1 who does partakes for a drink every now and then? Only in cooking? 1 who has never drank the stuff? What are you thoughts? Do you have a favorite spirit? I am usually a fan of vodka. NOT that I drink it constantly or even on an every day basics. Just a fan of once in a blue moon. The hubby & I are not big drinkers but when in Kentucky you are meant to check out these distilleries. I mean it is tradition after all & you don't even have to walk in to smell the bourbon. You can smell it in the air. I wonder if they make it a cologne? It is a lovely scent. Kentucky lives, breathes and bleeds bourbon. Whatever makes ya money.

We did come home with a bottle of Red Stag (my fave) and Fire (the hubby's fave). There are so many options to pick from and I am sure it will change soon enough when they do add another flavor to please the crowds. I love that you get a shot glass as a souvenir, so sweet and extra kindness!!! It's the small things you will always recall from trips you do take throughout your life. WELL DONE, Jim Beam!! We get to go on this adventure with 2 of our camping buddies. Such fun!! They do often a BBQ sandwich, chips and drinks for lunch at a shop right on the property. We did take them up on that offer ...such a great spot to enjoy some food before you leave Jim Beam. Let those spirits soak in a bit. So fun!!! Thank you for stopping by today. Hope you are well. Take care. Be Well & Be Blessed!! Beth ( ;

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello, Once in a while I like wine or maybe a beer with my crabs or steamed shrimp. I am not a whiskey drinker but used a bit in my Derby Pie that I make for the holidays. I would do a taste test just to try it. I enjoyed all yoru Jim Beam photos and the neat barns. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and week ahead.
William Kendall said…
Big in that part of the continent. Admittedly, no, I'm not a drinker.
Michelle said…
Kentucky is known for Bourbon! Hey, I live not too far from the Bourbon trail. Proud of our heritage!
Debbie said…
i'm not a drinker, i never have been!! beautiful images of a great area!!!

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