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Jim Beam White Label

(70cl, 40%)

Jim Beam White Label

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Jim Beam White Label Bottling Note

Jim Beam bourbon undergoes distillation at lower temperatures and is distilled to no more than 62.5%, the White label is aged for four years and has quite a high percentage of rye in the mashbill.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Quite sweet with gentle notes of vanilla and cut hay, a touch of fresh corn fields and a little cereal sweetness, like the bluegrass fields of Kentucky.

Palate: Good body with notes of toasty oak and all the requisite notes of vanilla and crème anglaise, a little spice and pepper with an acetone note.

Finish: Toasty oak and resin with a some sweetness.

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Jim Beam White Label Reviews

Decently refreshing when paired with a with powerfully carbonated soda and a slice of your favourite citrus.

The fact that this drink divides opinions is perhaps proof that it's not "rubbing alcohol" as some people baselessly claim... For one, if you did, actually, drink rubbing alcohol in sufficient quantities to authoritatively taste, you'd be in no position to compare it to anything.

Love it or hate it, Jim Beam is popular in Tokyo, especially during the hot summers we have here. It's a decent enough budget Bourbon when drunk as a highball with carbonated water or a club soda which goes well with red meats and salted jerky, for example. Or for a light, refreshing beverage with freshly squeezed lemon or citrus of choice.

Wouldn't particularly recommend as a sipping bourbon, unless you're just looking for a jolt of alcohol, TBH. LOL...

7th May 2021

meh

One bourbon, one beer, one headache..

16th April 2021

OK

Better than JD

29th March 2021

Not good

Average bourbon

26th March 2021

Pair with steak

I had this whisky with steak and it was a
great pairing. A smooth start with a
pleasant finish. This is a classic bourbon
with vanilla and caramel.

14th February 2021

Not bad for the price.

New Bourbon drinker. Started after getting bored of beer. Started with Makers Mark which I enjoyed. This I am not so sure about but will give it a couple bottles before a final conclusion. Makers Mark I give 4 stars, Jim Bean 3.

15th January 2021

5 stars deserved

The best Bourbon Whiskey wich I ever tried.
Best taste and flavour
Well done Jim

7th December 2020

Great Everyday Drinker

Very solid entry level Bourbon. Well priced.

Great for an everyday drinker to stop me finishing my higher end bottles too fast!!

Sweet on both the nose and palate, peppery spice and wood on the finish.

17th November 2020

Better than jack !

I like Jim
I don’t like jack
But jack ‘ll do
If Jim’s not there !
🤣

2nd November 2020

It’s light and smooth but with enough flavour. I’m happy.

I’ve drunk more expensive and I’ll drink them again. I’ll also drink Jim Beam White Label again. I’ve got a 1 litre bottle at the mo and it’s doing the job! Neat. 🤩👍🥃😀

22nd October 2020

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