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Jim Beam Green Label is aged for five years then filtered through charcoal, which gives it a remarkably smooth flavour. It's great for bourbon cocktails, and is one of our favourite Beams.
Nose: Soft vanilla and caramel with a muted hot pepper note. Some slight nutmeg spice.
Palate: Very soft mouth feel, much more so than white label. The flavour develops quite quickly through the caramel and pepper found on the nose through to a vanilla custard note with cherries and faint orange.
Finish: Short and sweet with prominent vanilla and maraschino.
Overall: The added smoothness works wonders producing a tasty bourbon that's great value.
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I found this particular brand of Beam very easy on the pallet. Not excessively flavoured, no burn just warming, lines the mouth with a mild smooth gum sucking vanilla tone, great during a warm summer evening relaxing. 5 stars on value for money, a very, very close second for me to a 12 year old Beam (mood depending) only as most of the time I prefer a bit more smoked oak to liven up the pallet, that being said I am a smoker so a fuller flavour compensates my bad habits.
12th August 2015
A beautiful beautiful bourbon. Smooth and soft, but not at all weak. Goes down like an absolute dream..tried the sample only but will definitely be pulling the trigger on a full fifth. Thanks MoM!
3rd April 2015
i bought this in delaware only because i can't find it in pennsylvania...read a little about it, but lately have been exploring oddball (to me) bottlings like Jack Daniels 'green label' as well as Evan Williams 'white label' BIB...all have been stellar surprises. this one is even more stellar. it was actually 'cheaper' than the white label Beam, so i was expecting low end burn. nope, this is actually aged a year longer and charcoal filtered (like, i assume, Heaven Hill)...smooth, good mouthfeel, vamilla, oak....very balanced. no burn. nice finish. there is actual complexity here. $16? what a deal. i can tell it's the bedrock of the 8 year (now black label)...unique for sure. definitely recommended for neat sippers. don't dilute this with ice or coke! anyways, wow.
14th November 2014