In the spirit of preservation, Jim Beam partnered with the Kentucky Division of Forestry (KDOF) to plant a beautiful clearing full of new White Oak saplings in the Knobs State Forest. This planting ceremony highlights the restoration and preservation efforts of KDOF, which is home to roughly a 300-mile radius of Bullitt County; a region known to grow the best White Oaks in the bourbon industry.
As part of the celebrations, Jim Beam planted a sapling in my honor; alongside other brand ambassadors and partners. Rick Price, Director of Global Environmental Stewardship for Jim Beam was on hand to discuss how Jim Beam is committed to producing high-quality bourbon while being a good steward of both the local forest and the water resource.
Jim Beam produces the world’s number one Bourbon and hopes to lead by example when protecting the natural resources that allow them to share their world-class Bourbon. As we go into the holiday season, we hope you will share their gift, and a bottle of Jim Beam Double Oak, with friends and family to ring in the Yule Tide.
You can find out more about the Jim Beam Double Oak at Jim Beam.