Jim Beam Black Label Whiskey 70cl

American Whiskey • 70cl • 43%
Product details
Jim Beam Black Label
Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Jim Beam
Style Bourbon Whiskey

Jim Beam Black Label

The Black edition from Jim Beam is a marriage of whiskeys aged for 8 years before bottling at 43%, slightly higher than the standard bourbon proof, proffering greater complexity.

Sadly now discontinued, why not try the newer Jim Beam Double Oak?

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is quite complex and well-balanced. There are notes of crème anglaise and butterscotch, mixed dried peels and nuts, a hint of aniseed and lovely cereal sweetness. The palate is full and thick with fruit. There are notes of vanilla fudge and honey, cereal sweetness, plenty of rye with a hint of cooked fruit. The finish is of good length with a touch of toasty oak spice.

Winner of 2 spirit awards

Gold Outstanding
Gold Outstanding
Worldwide Whiskey - Bourbon - 2013
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Silver
Silver
Straight Bourbon 10 years old and under - 2019
International Spirits Challenge

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Jim Beam Black Label
its smooth , but to use a contradictonary term , lots of taste but still bland.
Have drunked a couple of bottles of this, and its ok in any sence. But it lacks a clear profile. I see many say its not a sipper, for me its neither a sipper or best in cocktails. On the other hand i can use it both as a sipper or in drinks , either way it works but its not great.
tor , Norway
one year ago
It will surprise you in a blind taste test
Just got a bottle for a birthday gift yesterday and was pleasantly surprised. When they say Caramel on the tongue they weren't kidding.
There are 11 different bourbon choices in my cabinet and I would be happy to keep a regular bottle of Jim Beam black in the lineup.
We followed up with an Eagle Rare chaser and then went back to the Black.
Good bourbon for the price
Alan R , United States
2 years ago
Great bourbon
Great bourbon for the price. Goes amazing on the rocks, it opens up even more flavour
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Favorite whiskey
The most fantastic bourbon whiskey in the world.
My Rom vitrin is now bottle of Jim Beam Black whiskey and always gonna drink this.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Why is it discontinued?
Just bought a bottle for £12 from amazon!!! So at that price I’m sure it will taste even better.
christopher r , United Kingdom
4 years ago
BEST Bourbon on the market at a FAIR PRICE!!!
Tried Jim Beam Black when it first came out at a Ueta Duty Free store on the border with Mexico. The introductory price was $7/Bottle and it came with a nice Cocktail glass. Wasn't long before I had a full collection of glasses, although now I wish I had more. The price was great, but the taste was what made the true difference. My friends and family thanked me for my RARE find. For those who want to pay more, have at it, but I buy for the taste and Jim Beam Black is it!!!
Cliff T , United States
5 years ago
My vote for Jim Beam Black, you are the BEST!!!
The BEST Bourbon I have yet to entertain I give a huge BRAVO to the Jim Beam Makers. A great bourbon at any price and looking forward to trying the Double Oak and the Devil's Cut. Original Jim Beam was a rough and therefore a cheaper Bourbon and to develop and produce what the majority consider the Best Bourbon in America is quite an accomplishment and at a very reasonable price. Have tried Woodford Reserve and Makers Mark and yes you are good, but not the BEST!!!
Cliff T , United States
5 years ago
So so
Bought as a duty free waiting the channel tunnel ferry. Delayed. It is all right. But best for mixing. Not a sipping bourbon. Am no expert , but I thought the flavor thin and not specially aged. I drink Makers Mark, Woodford Reserve, Heaven Hill. Normally.
Nigel Simpson , United Kingdom
5 years ago
Best for making a cocktail.
A little thin on the palate. Easy to drink neat. Best use is to make a Manhattan with it.
chuckstermark , United States
5 years ago
Decent nothing special
Not bad, I'm usually a Scotch drinker but this tastes very typical and average for a bourbon, smooth enough going down, the price for me bumps it up from 3 to 3.5, not much to it but pleasant
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago