Member Reviews and Ratings of Jim Beam White Label
Good go to for the price
Good Whiskey for the price (about $15 locally). Better than some 30 whiskeys i have had.
It serves its purpose in a whiskey sour but no more
A good average well rounded whiskey
Mostly I drink it with coke with my friends.
And for this purpose she is perfect.
Nose 👃 ; Sweet notes with vanilla and corn,
Taste 👅 ; This bourbon is sweet with some vanilla, some oak together with caramel, unfortunately a little light for my taste,
The Finish is very short,
Best flavor of the average bourbons, not for sipping but very functional in drinks.
it's what I use for mixed drinks -- stronger flavor -- not for sipping straight
This is a must have bourbon for any home. I always have this on hand. It's great straight up and also mixes well.
Smooth and subtle bite
Under-rated, but still harsh without water or ice
Standard house bourbon. A girl's best friend.
My go to mixing bourbon
Great standard bar whiskey.
Underrated sipper and excellent budget buy by the handle. Got me started on neat drinking. Maybe a bit of a bite but nothing overpowering or sickeningly strong
Jim Beam White Label is my go to. I sip it straight and sometimes add a little ginger ale mixer. This, in my opinion, brings out more of the essence. I like to spot the notes of smokey oak and vanilla.
I prefer this bourbon for mixing because of its bite. Mixing mellows out the bite, and I don't feel a need to have it straight due to the price.
Still a good whiskey. When I feel like slumming
A staple for any decent home bar. Mass production bourbon at its best.
This is my favorite bourbon... so far. Medium bodied with just enough kick. Oaky aroma with mellow hints of vanilla and caramel on the tongue. Sweet. Smooth. Easy going. It doesn't burn and it doesn't linger. Perfect neat, on the rocks or in an Old-Fashioned.
Decent everyday bourbon
Sehr karamellige Nase mit Zitrusfrüchten, süß-klebrig würziger Geschmack, bitterer Abgang
08/18 - Wien
It is a very good, balanced, Bourbon by Jim Beam Distillery in Kentucky aged for four years in new American oak & has quite a high percentage of rye in the mashbill. It has a smooth birth with notes of port, woody vanilla & caramel; while a slightly sweet life adds notes of corn & rye;; that leads to a spicy death with notes of oak, smoke & cola.