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cowdery
11-14-2006, 21:24
I saw this product tonight at my neighborhood Walgreens. I mentioned it in BOTM but am reposting it here to provide this picture, which I found on Beam's web site.

FlashPuppy
11-14-2006, 21:29
Personally, I don't think that I will ever purchase these. My reason is the same that I won't smoke flavored cigars, or drink flavored vodka. I don't like things that have to be flavored. As a side note, I consider seasoned to be different.

cowdery
11-14-2006, 21:33
I didn't pick any up because I'm not a jerky eater, but I thought it was an interesting brand extension and perhaps tells you something about Jim Beam's target audience.

bluesbassdad
11-14-2006, 23:24
. . . tells you something about Jim Beam's target audience.

Chuck,

As an industry insider, are you aware of any plans to market a Jim Beam-soaked MoonPie? :slappin:

Yours truly,
Dave Morefield

bluelady
11-14-2006, 23:39
i want to try some...i love beek jerky and i love jim beam, so why not combine the two? :slappin:

jeff
11-15-2006, 06:13
Chuck,

As an industry insider, are you aware of any plans to market a Jim Beam-soaked MoonPie? :slappin:

Yours truly,
Dave Morefield

:slappin::slappin::slappin::slappin::slappin:

NeoTexan
11-15-2006, 06:30
Chuck,

As an industry insider, are you aware of any plans to market a Jim Beam-soaked MoonPie? :slappin:

Yours truly,
Dave Morefield

And Beam w/ RC Cola

Also add:http://resources.jimbeam.com/images/outpost/catalog_images/medium_salsa_small.jpg (http://www.jimbeam.com/beam/v5/outpost/product_detail.aspx?category=Edibles&productid=JB035646)http://resources.jimbeam.com/images/outpost/catalog_images/bbqsunflowerseeds_sm.jpg (http://www.jimbeam.com/beam/v5/outpost/product_detail.aspx?category=Edibles&productid=JB018239902)

wskybnt
11-15-2006, 13:18
Hey I'll try it when I see it. I like jerky, and Beam...... Hey the Jack Daniels BBQ sauce is pretty good.....

cowdery
11-15-2006, 15:52
I guess what I found most interesting is that they got distribution for the jerky in Walgreens on an aisle hanger.

As for industry insider stuff, I can tell you that the HQ for Walgreens and the HQ for Beam are about a mile apart in the Chicago suburb of Deerfield.

jburlowski
11-15-2006, 16:28
Have they been making the Jerky the same way since 1795?

cowdery
11-15-2006, 16:37
Have they been making the Jerky the same way since 1795?

Of course, and they're the only jerky company that has.

RedVette
11-15-2006, 16:51
Have they been making the Jerky the same way since 1795?

OK, that one made me laugh.

On a side note, the Jim Beam Pancake Syrup (I'm serious) is good stuff.

TNbourbon
11-15-2006, 19:23
OK, that one made me laugh...

Jerkily, or Beamingly?:skep:

gothbat
11-15-2006, 22:16
Jerky is one of my favorite snacks so if I find some Jim Beam Beef Jerky I will try it. I do not hold high expectations for it though, the Jim Beam soaked sunflower seeds I bought a while back weren’t so great.