Booker’s Bourbon has announced the fourth and final release of the Jim Beam brand’s 2022 collection.
Every iteration of this premium, cask-strength whiskey sports a unique name that alludes to the people, places and/or history behind the brand. Booker’s “Pinkie’s Batch” is named in honor of Booker Noe’s dad, the original Frederick Booker Noe, better known as Pinkie to his family and friends, the company says.
As with all batches of Booker’s Bourbon, Booker’s Pinkie’s Batch was selected by Seventh Generation Master Distiller Fred Noe. Uncut and unfiltered, this whiskey aged 6 years, 10 months and 10 days. It comes bottled at 122.4 proof.
Booker’s Pinkie’s Batch has a golden amber color and a balanced aroma of brown spice and vanilla notes, the company reports, with the rich vanilla taste for which Booker’s is often known.
This new release is now available nationwide in limited quantities for a suggested retail price of $89.99 per 750-ml. bottle.
This follows the release of Booker’s Bourbon Kentucky Tea Batch.
Booker Noe, Sixth Generation Master Distiller, first created Booker’s Bourbon as a Christmas gift for friends and family. Booker took barrels found in the center-cut of the rack house, and bottled the bourbon straight-from-the-barrel.