- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 04 years old
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 06 Apr 2010 7:05 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Jim Beam White Label
27 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 59.63 points
- My first strong alcohol
Sweet, caramel, oak, wet wood, sawdust,
Alcohol, then sweet and slightly chocolate, peppery from beginning to end.
- Once 5 cl were sufficient ...
first slightly alcoholic, then sweet corn, caramel, a little vanilla;
inconspicuous, mild, on arrival sweet corn, some caramel, some oak;
short, sweet corn, spicy oak; alcoholic finish;
- A very sweet bourbon with the taste of vanilla and matured in oak.
- not too bad, nice drinking bourbon, sweet, some honey, some vanilla, no edges. finish short, not complex, just sweet to me. I had this one in a steck house in Sibiu added nicley to the texas sauce and the steak. would not be my first choice to savour
- Quite straight, as the label predicts. Nothing more about it.
Concerning price/performance ratio: 4/10 (2016)
Some thin vanilla, caramel, some stony features.
Vanilla, some rye, caramel, some herbs way in the back.
Short. Some alcohol, some herbs and a touch of oak lingering around.
Light and slightly fuzzy and spicy. Corn - malty sweetness, gentle vanilla, caramel, honey and oak.
Purely not drinkable. With ice cubes a bit better, the sharpness is taken a little bit. The sweetness of corn and honey, vanilla, toffee and flavors of toasted white oak dominate.
Sweet, dry, spicy with oak tones.