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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.

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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

Fair price, but not for me.

I was gifted two bottles of this, when I first tried bourbon, and whilst bearable, IMHO I didn't find it that enjoyable, tasting thin and not too much else. Saying that, I picked out the peanut flavour which I'd heard about. I can't see how this would take water or ice (not that I ever do!)
I suppose this is 'ok' for the price but with the likes of BT or W/T for a tad more, this one is not for me.

21st October 2022

Good

As a scotch drinker I find this better for the money than bottom shelf scotch blends that sell for around the same price (Bells, Grouse, Grants, W&M ect...) Reason being bourbon is aged in first fill casks, not re-re-re used casks like those blended scotch mentioned.
For £14-£16 this is a decent spirit.

6th October 2022

Nice one

For it’s price, this is a good bourbon i think, you taste the chocolate in this one. If you want to start drink bourbon, go for this one and if you like it, buy other ones like wild turkey 101 and woodford reserve

25th July 2022

Bottom shelf Bourbon w/ a taste that's better than that

Jim Beam White Label, the favorite whipping boy of most Bourbon reviewers. I like it very much w/ a little water. It's clean, and doesn't have any sort of "whiskey" aftertaste. I don't see it as a price leader, just a good Bourbon that's unobtrusive, well mannered and has no bad habits.

20th June 2022

Complex and quaffable

This is by far my favourite bourbon, and one of my favourite whisk(e)ys. Complex pallet, with a fabulous long finish. It’s not a 15 yo Glenfiddich, but it’s definitely my go-to during the week.

18th February 2022

Won't buy again.

Tried this for the first time today. HORRIBLE 🤮

21st December 2021

Great value, good taste.

Underrated. Jim Beam White Label is a smooth and versatile bourbon vastly superior in flavour to similarly priced whiskys.

15th September 2021

You get what you paid for, and even more.

It isn't the best bourbon out there, but it is relatively cheap(In fact the cheapest bourbon in turkey and one of the cheapest whiskies overall) and makes a perfect mixer or can be served on the rocks. I will probably put this over Jack Daniels due to how charcoal filtering affects the taste and aroma negatively. It is light, flavorful and cheap.

8th September 2021

Cheap for a reason.

This has two positive attributes: it's cheap & it won't make you blind.
These five star reviews are patent nonsense.
JBWL tastes of very little. The annoying thing is that the beginnings of a perfectly decent bourbon are here. They just need more time.
But then you wouldn't be able to pick it up for a song if it was given 8 or 10 years.
Jack Daniels is far more complex and is much less WATERY due to the heavily charred sugar maple barrels. Dewar's White Label is nicer still, with none of the "blue collar hero" toughness of JD.
Pay the extra or buy good beer.
At least its not a con, like JWRL and now criminally, JWBL.

7th September 2021

Slightlt sweet young spirit

Still better than any entry level scotch i love this young spirit but not rough slightly sweet with that fuzzy finish, lovely!.

19th July 2021

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