Knob Creek - 9 Year Old

Kentucky Straight Bourbon

Trade pricing and quantity discounts available.

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  • DistilleryJim Beam

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Father's Day Whisky

When it comes to making Knob Creek Bourbon, there's a lot of waiting but hardly any sitting around. While each barrel patiently ages in white oak, our distillers continue to raise the standards, fulfilling their commitment to full flavour. The result? An unflinching balance of deep, pre-Prohibition-style bourbon with a robust oak taste, complemented with hints of smooth vanilla and layered caramel.

Colour: Copper to medium amber.

Palate: Rich, sweet, woody, full-bodied, almost fruity.

1 cocktails with Knob Creek - 9 Year Old


Dan Harris 2010-05-13 18:34:02

This is a whiskey that it should be made a crime to mix it. It should be sipped straight with no ice to appreciate to beautifully crafted flavour. Great value for the price. Would recommend to any whiskey lover. A definite must for the drinks cabinet at Xmas.

Chris Hennessey 2010-02-14 02:16:41

This is truly a great example of traditional bourbon whiskey. I had the pleasure of drinking this last summer with friends and it is now a firm favourite in my drinks cabinet.

michael widdrington 2009-12-21 21:07:53

Having first heard of knob creek on a Jim beam documentary, the only bonus on a Lynyrd Skynyrd DVD, I sought out to taste the joys. and I must say, a symphony of sweet caramel just explodes with every sip, absolutely fantastic.

larry Busby busby 2008-12-05 14:43:37

This is a true Kentucky Straight Bourbon! A very fine sip'n whiskey that is as equally good straight up on the rocks or mixed with Coca-Cola. Personally I am a purest when it comes to Knob Creek, straight up on the rocks for me please. Did I also mention the velvety smooth, with a hint of slightly sweet spiced flavour and just enough of a bite to endear you to its humble yet bold Kentucky attitude? Yum!

2008-03-04 20:16:52

A fantastic real bourbon with a great full flavour. A small batch produced by uncle Jim.