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This is the result of taking 90 proof Jim Beam Bourbon and extracting spirit absorbed into the wood of the barrels itself and blending them together. The result is a punchy oak-fest of a Bourbon, surely the drink of the devil himself?
Nose: Immensely woody, fresh cut oak and a whole heap of vanilla and wood spice.
Palate: The American oak vanilla remains powerful with a rich woodiness joining it.
Finish: Yep still oaky, the finish is reasonably long with a pinch of spice scattered on top of that persistent vanilla flavour.
Overall: Well this is definitely a woody drink, and it is an interesting experiment in what can be achieved through wood extraction.
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An OK sipping bourbon but where it really comes alive is in an Old Fashioned. The heavy oak flavour works well with bitters and the extra strength offsets nicely with the additional sweetness in an old fashioned - this adds a lovely complexity to the classic cocktail without feeling like you are wasting a pricey bourbon on cocktails. For the price you can get it at (if you look around, it can be found for around half the price of a bottle of Woodford Reserve) its worth every penny.
17th March 2017
Nasty ass swish. Left overs squeezed out of the aging barrel to make a quick buck, avoid at all costs.
25th October 2016
WORST bourbon i've tasted. it was the first time i've ever had a hangover from bourbon & cokeI will never move from JimBeam Black EVER!!!
3rd June 2016
Way better than the regular Jim Beam. And I can sip Jim Beam neat. I can not sip neat any of the lower (under 30) spirits besids Jim Beam. Jameson, Ballantines, CC are all total garbage to my palate. This or Woodford Reserve are my go to bourbons. But the last 5 drams felt almost like out of this world. I enjoyed that stuff until the last drop. Sure, I ve got better stuff in my bar, but this is an absolute (at least) 2 pieces rebuy. With backup bottle. Also bottle I ve had, I liked the fact that it was destilled and BOTTLED in Kentucky.
20th April 2016
11th April 2016
Picked this up for £16 (Was cheaper than JB white & JD) and am impressed. It's got plenty of character, smooth, sweet etc, would recommend.PS, I think the last reviewer had drank a touch too much of it.....comparison with Laphroaig & Hennessy..!?
9th March 2016
Not as good as Jack Single barrel, but it is sits at the supermarket at almost half the price. Better then Jim Beam White (sweeter, woodier, peppier) and Jack Daniels Old n.7 (2013 batch). Jack vs Devils cut, you can taste the quality of regular Jack, but Jack fails like a cheap scottish blend in comprisment to Devilsc cut (I did several head to heads). And I do like Old n. 7, I can drink it straight with no problem, and its up there with Chivas 12 and JWB 12 in rotation with no problem.So in conclussion. If you ve never had a Devils cut, and you are not a girly dude who can only drink undrinkable sweet tasteless juices like Jameson, Balantines etc, buying one probably wont destroy your finances, and your taste buds.But if you aim at higher levels...Then there has to be said that this one is nowhere in the hights of Woodford Reserve, Jack SB, Hennessy Fine, Laphroaigh 10, Chivas 18....It performes solid against Dimple 15 (head to head), but Dimple 15 is still Dimple 15 :)
This seems to be a love it or hate it Bourbon. I personally love it. Reminds me a bit of JD. I would buy it again. If you prefer something sweeter try Bulliet.
9th January 2016
Not worth to be called Whisky. You may use in a cake when you are not having any Vanilla near by.
2nd January 2016
Was very pleasantly surprised by Jim Beam Devil's Cut, even tho not particularly a bourbon or Beam fan ... It has a very delicious & full flavour, & puts just the right amount of fire into the palate. Tho it's a bit different, the rich flavour character in Beam Devil's Cut reminded me of rye whiskies. Has converted me into keeping a bourbon around, with this as main representative.
10th December 2015
Very nice drink very smooth must be drunk neat no ice etc very similar to wild turkey but not as harsh most enjoyable
6th September 2015
Perhaps it helped that I had low expectations to begin with (I've never been a JB fan, and their Mila Kunis ads give the impression of a gimmicky product...not that I mind looking at Mila), and the only reason I had any to try was because the local Total Wine had some in those little 50ml sampler bottles near the check-out, so I grabbed a couple on impulse.But I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed sipping some Devil's Cut neat. The heavier-than-most oak didn't bother me a bit, nor did it mask the other flavors to any significant degree. It's not close to being in the same as my beloved Blanton's, to be sure...but at $19.99 (vs. the ~$50 I'm currently paying for Blanton's....when I can even find it) it's a nice, easily affordable every-evening accompaniment to desperately trying to find something worth sitting through on TV before bedtime.
27th August 2015
A regular single malt drinker, opened this bottle as a change after some steller reviews. Thoroughly disappointed with the devils cut. Tried it neat as well as with ice and all you can taste is burnt oak from start to finish. Could be used a mixer maybe, I wouldn't know. But wouldn't recommend it.Looks more like a marketing gimmick from the folks at JB.
21st August 2015
This is bitter and falls apart with ice unlike white label that opens up and smooths itself out this just becomes like liquorice. If you know the process of refilled and distressing casks Beam use to create the 'slurry' they pad this stuff out with, you know what you are tasting: charcoal. Its nasty shit. A shame!
9th August 2015
Tastes a little more oaked than standard white label. This is nothing special. Which is a shame as I feel the Jim Beam brand really needs a 'premium' offering taking the best of Beam's youth and spice and introducing a higher proof and more lasting finish and depth.
I had high expectations for this JB unfortunately it didn't live up to them. Harsh and too scotch like for my tastes.
8th July 2015
I love all different kinds of bourbon and was looking forward to trying this. what a waste of money! they tried too hard and ruined a good thing.
24th May 2015
Always been a Jack Daniels kind of guy.Not any more love the woody taste with that little sweetness of Devils cut.
1st May 2015
So disappointed with this.I have a friend that makes a better drop in his garden shed.
26th April 2015
Jim Beam Devil's Cut is a nice dram and one of the few American whiskeys I can appreciate. The nose is sweet, you have to really sniff it up. Then you'll find a leading role for the vanilla, which is pretty nice (made me think of 'the naked grouse) and the bourbon seals the deal. A distinctive Jim Beam nose. On to the palate, the taste is much more ferocious than the nose would suggest. Strong sensations of the ongoing vanilla (you would expect vanilla to be smooth and soft, but no...), oak and more bourbon. Yes, this is devilish. The finish gets easier along the way. The peak is obviously in the middle. Nice work, Jim! (RB)
31st January 2015
Jim Beam Devil's Cut is a nice dram and one of the few American whiskeys I can appreciate. The nose is sweet, you have to really sniff it up. Then you'll find a leading role for the vanilla, which is pretty nice (made me think of 'the naked grouse) and the bourbon seals the deal. A distinctive Jim Beam nose. On to the palate, the taste is much more ferocious than the nose would suggest. Strong sensations of the ongoing vanilla (you would expect vanilla to be smooth and soft, but no...), oak and more bourbon. Yes, this is devilish. The finish gets easier along the way. The peak is obviously in the middle. Nice work, Jim!
Read Review so I decided to try it, it tastes horrible! Not at all smooth, what a waste of money.
27th January 2015
Strong oaky taste that lasts well into the finish, enjoyable and different from the other products in the beam range. shared it with friends and went down well, makes a decent old fashioned with the help of its higher strength (unless rye is you choice). At this price, enjoyable and distinct taste, well worth a try.
14th November 2014
This bourbon is terrible. Only good for mixing with coke or soda. I'd drink it but its definitely low quality and not worth the price here.
4th July 2014
Tastes good not to woody but strong, its the lonnng after taste that reminds me of charred wood from a bonfire, that smell is the after taste. good variation on the normal black by jim B
31st January 2014
basically a woody version of the jim black 6 year old style taste.bought a sample and im back now to buy a bottle.
30th January 2014
A decent bourbon but too much oak for my taste. The description above is spot on. This is a very oaky bourbon. I would recommend Jim Beam Black if you like the Jim Beam style minus the hearty helping of oak.
6th January 2014