Aged for four years and matured on the night of the Cubs’ ecstatic triumph at Game 7 of the 2016 World Series, the bourbon boasts an oak vanilla aroma and a sweet finish, not unlike the team’s 2016 season. Even the packaging of the Game 7 Batch commemorates the Cubs’ proud heritage with a blue cap, batch sticker, and specialty label. The 750mL bottle’s suggested retail price is $17.99.
On Saturday, Kunis threw the first pitch at the Cubs versus the Pittsburgh Pirates game on Wrigley Field, kicking off Jim Beam’s first season as the official bourbon of the Chicago Cubs. She then made appearances at three neighborhood bars and raised toasts with the crowds to another season of baseball.