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This is an updated version of the classic Jim Beam Black Label. This Bourbon has been aged for six years and is one of the most recognisable whisky brands in the world.
Classic Bourbon caramel with some orange zest and vanilla on the nose. The palate is silky smooth with toffee and honey notes which lead into a citrus dominated finish.
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I'm no seasoned drinker but I'm not taste-deaf either. I was very much surprised when I had my first sip of this. It has a solid body(not sure if this is the word), and the smoothness is unexceptional. Personally I have a soft spot for its slight bitterness and the 43(86)proof definitely has an important role in the bottle. And then it has such a low price for its quality. To me this is the champion of its price range.
3rd September 2016
I kind of drink alot. Guess what whiskey is what I drink. Im a whiskey drinker. Not crazy $100 of bottle whiskey, but affordable decent whiskey. I like JD old no7. I love Gentleman Jack. Its very smooth. I have trieD alot of JB. Single barrel, black, regular. Not to impressed compard to JD brands I have tried. But I have to tell you this DEVILS CUT is the BOMB! Way better then old #7. Decent taste, goes down smooth, nice high and its cheaper. Instead of old #7. Im buying this.
10th July 2016
One of best bourbons out there period, taste , price ,bottle, my hat is off to Jim beam made me there try their signature 12 which is even better ,always a bottle sitting on my back bar!!!!!
21st March 2016
Recently purchased a bottle of Jim Beam Black in Plymouth Massachusetts. I Was somewhat put offby the age of the product not being visible in plain sight. As far as I'm concerned alcohol products shouldnot be less than 86 proof. Many distillers aren't doing themselves a favor by cutting down to 80 proof. Thedifference is noticeable. At 86 proof you have a very product..Ben
11th January 2016
Tried a few whiskies so far (Walker, Chivas, Grant's) and none of them tasted so good and had an attitude like this one. Getting this for about 30 EUR can clearly be considered an armed robbery. Way better than Jim Beam white. Jim Beam distillery, keep on making products like this one.
11th December 2015
Way better compared to no-age statement Jim Beam Black, which is said to be about 8 y old. I was blown away, when i first tried this one. It was shame I was just out of jack, so couldnt compare, and this bottle was emptied so fast, i could not compare it, and the supermarket only had the 8 y old, which was undrinkable (for me) and I gave it to a friend, because i dont mix, I am a neat drinker. If you are a Jack drinker, you can not go wrong with this one, to have this one instead, and then go back to Jack. Disclousure. My everyday drink is Jack Single barrel.
4th November 2015
It's really a great bourbon. 6yo does give it an extra smoothness and complexity. The great singlemalts are like some German biturbo limos but this one is an amazing American V8. Go for it guys:)))
2nd November 2015
Too good for it's price.
28th May 2015
surprisingly cheap for such a lovely drink
30th January 2014