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Member Reviews and Ratings of Baker's 7 Year Old Bourbon
Pepper spice and chocolate. Shorter finish,
Very tasty, I get honey, nutty with vanilla and just a hint of spice. I would definitely share and recommend
Agree that it is a solid bourbon, with a touch of heat. For the price, I would choose others.
Very strong bourbon. Fire~~!
This is great at 53.5 ABV and Seven years.
Its OK, not great. There are way better for the price.
A good solid Bourbon. Just a touch hot. It is complex and very drinkable. Not sure I would get again as I prefer 90 proof rather than add water.
Love it. I have the new single barrel bottle. This one is very complex and interesting.
The bottle I have is the "new" bottle style and mine states 8 years old. The new bottle is very nice looking, but the inside holds a solidly OK bourbon. At 107 proof it is hot but not too hot. I would drink it again, but there are better options at a lower price for my money.
Just liked it.
I love this bourbon so much. It’s one of my favorite indulgences.
Very syrupy and creamy, sweet with some nice nuttiness and spice. Enjoyable bottle of bourbon, definitely recommended for fans of the Jim Beam profile
Feels like it’s about to punch, then pulls and high-fives with some sweetness instead. Dark sweet flavors like dark caramel with a noticeable oaky flavor and a dusting of corn. Very long finish that delivers an enjoyable Kentucky hug; however, has a slow and slightly less enjoyable tail.
Baker's 7 Year is named after Baker Beam, the grand nephew of the legendary Jim Beam. The bourbon is made from a mash dominated by corn and fermented using a special strain of jug yeast that has been in the Beam family for over six decades. Following fermentation, the bourbon is distilled and then matured in new, American oak casks for a minimum of seven years.
Baker’s Bourbon is one of four bourbons that comprise Jim Beam’s Small Batch Bourbon Collection. The others in the series are Basil Hayden’s, Knob Creek, and Booker’s Bourbon . Baker’s falls third in line proof-wise, with Basil Hayden’s and Knob Creek carrying lower proofs and Booker’s being proofed the highest of the four.
Too hot and Smokey for me
Strong burn, can only handle this when mixed.
Smooth and enjoyable.
Phenomenal bourbon. Well worth the hype.
This is definitely a beam product. Great mouth feel. Has that smooth semi sweet, vanilla and caramel start. Love the oaky middle and that beautiful semi spicey rye finish. All the while having a nice higher abv that really gives you the feel of what bourbon should taste like. I'm a huge Booker's fan. This is a nice calmer, lower abv in that line.
This one is pretty good overall, nice spice on the aroma with some sweet as well. The taste is well rounded, I get some bourbon sweetness along with some vanilla and wood. Much more drinkable than the Booker's. A splash of water in the Baker's brings things down a bit more - not sure if it's needed, you do get some more spice with a splash of water. Overall, darn tasty
Easy sipper, i got noticeable chocolate and caramel notes on the front with a smooth finish. Very surprising that it does not hit harder given the proof.
Definitely knob's big brother. I was suprised by how smooth it was given the proof, very complex with lingering finish.
Definitely a full-bodied bourbon. It has a nicely balanced taste of butterscotch and caramel, leather, and orange. This one packs a punch because of the proof but it’s full of flavor and mouthfeel.
Very sweet and great as an aperitif.
A little too much heat due to 107 proof but I love the flavor. Slightly sweet finish.
Nice smell with sweeter fruity smell. Taste was spicier to me. Would be a great cigar bourbon.
Sweet and then spicy with a noticeably high proof
Very smooth. In the spectrum of Jim Beam products I think this is a bit of an afterthought, and not priced well, although it is a very nice bourbon. I personally prefer barrel strength Knob Creek which is 120 vs 107 proof and about $15 less per bottle. Other than that, Booker's (also barrel proof) is about $20 more than this per bottle and even smoother. So this kind of gets to be the orphan bottle that either needs to drop in price to be competitive, or put on its big boy pants and compete with Little Book or Booker's at a slightly lower price point than these two.
This is probably my favorite offering to date coming out of the Jim Beam distillery. The higher abv doesn't really cause as much of a burn as I thought it might. Very smooth and a nice, complex flavor profile.
First thing I taste is caramel sweetness and spice even though this is 53% it doesn't have a long burn I really like this and will definitely pick up another bottle
Nose: alcohol and corn sweetness, leather
Taste: sweet, strong burn and flavor, leather and vanilla, some caramel, some nuttiness, some banana, slight oak
The sweet notes in this thin bourbon come out quite apparently, and the high proof make a little go a long way.
Sweet and complex. Better over ice.
This is a decent bourbon but a really strong burn which isn’t my favorite. I used a cube with this one which I don’t usually do and that really helped the taste
Flavor spiral is dead on. First with the sweet and caramel then the spicy comes on fast. The nutty slightly charred oak is hidden behind that spice.