Jim Beam Reviews

JIM BEAM Reviews

All Jim Beam Reviews

Average rating: 7.5/10 (1543 votes)

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Jim Beam White Label
Pedro,
Average whiskey.
Jim Beam White Label
Luke,
Fine for mixing.
Jim Beam White Label
Michał,
Not very nice alcoholic smell with discrete notes of red wine and notes of oak barrel. Alcoholic taste with notes of corn, spice and barrel. Sweet and spice finish. It's better with mixers, I think sour mixers.
Jim Beam White Label
Péter,
Doesn't stand out, but drinkable.
Jim Beam White Label
Brian,
This is my standard whiskey and coke bourbon. It is drinkable on its own, but I have better bourbons for sipping.
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David,
Best I've tasted to date. Amazing!
Jim Beam Maple
guest,
Nice maple taste
Jim Beam Honey
guest,
An easy drinking sweet bourbon
Jim Beam White Label
Raymond,
Great bourbon for a great price! 40% ABV
Jim Beam Rye
Augustus,
good notes of spice perfect for a cocktail
Jim Beam White Label
Gary,
Love this bourbon
Jim Beam Red Stag - Black Cherry
Jakub,
very chemical imitation of cherry
Jim Beam White Label
Spencer,
Absolutely vile. I only drink it when it the only whisky available at weddings.
Jim Beam Apple
guest,
Excellent taste, great mixer.
Jim Beam Red Stag - Black Cherry
Joseph,
Good mixer
Jim Beam Blue Decanter
Kristin,
I’m assuming this is the blue label, Jim Beam Double Oak. Really nice nose and flavor. A little short on the finish and mouth feel. Overall though, would definitely recommend.
Jim Beam White Label
Brian,
Good. Not as spicy as Jack. Great in mixed drinks.
Jim Beam White Label
Marcus,
Solid tasting and cheap
Jim Beam White Label
Kenneth,
What can you say. A perfect bourbon for making cocktails or for adding additional smoke to it.
Jim Beam White Label
Christopher,
Woody, into butterscotch sweet, some herbal flavors and a quick finish. A little thin, but classic bourbon all right
Jim Beam Honey
Carl,
The honey flavor is strong. Good for sipping not so much for any mixed drink.
Jim Beam Honey
SCOTT,
Cheap cost but flavorful. Pretty good Bourbon if you want to get DRUNK!!! I have not found a high class American Bourbon worth stating a big fat multi-star rating!
Jim Beam Black Label
SCOTT,
Is smooth in it's own right, inexpensive with a mild bite!
Jim Beam Black Label
Donald,
Fantastic everyday sipper.
Jim Beam White Label
David,
Decent for mixed drinks
Jim Beam White Label
Matthew,
Cheap and easy to get. Not a favorite, but it's good to mix with coke.
Jim Beam Black Label
James,
Really affordable at my local store, this is my base level go to for bourbon and ginger. Smooth, easy, half and half with ginger over ice makes for an easy ending to a weeknight.
Jim Beam White Label
Brian,
good old bourbon at a good old price
Jim Beam Red Stag - Black Cherry
Brian,
The good flavor when looking for something different
Jim Beam Black Label
Daniel,
One of our must haves!
Jim Beam White Label
Lance,
Best most versatile bourbon out there. Great as a sipper and great in an old fashion. Very smooth and enjoyable.
Jim Beam White Label
Kerry,
Decent whiskey, mixes well with fresca soda.
Jim Beam Rye
Michael,
Huge bang-for-buck - solid Rye done well for a long time.
Jim Beam White Label
Peter,
I wanted to try Bourbon so I bought it, it is not my favorite but still tastes good mixed with Coke.
Jim Beam White Label
Tyler,
Certainly an inoffensive bourbon, and one that would be fine as the base in a whiskey cocktail. But nothing stands out. Corn and molasses on the nose, pretty neutral sweetness and little burn on the way down. This is for guests that aren't picky or to spike a punch, not much else.
Jim Beam White Label
Cort,
Good for blending in fruity drinks.
Jim Beam Black Label
George,
Real Good Stuff
Jim Beam White Label
George,
Good Stuff
Jim Beam White Label
CHAD,
Always a good choice for a stressed day. Not the best I've experienced but will always have on hand.
Jim Beam White Label
guest,
The white label..no more to say Nose-corn peanut brittle Beam spice vanilla orange peel Palate-similar to the nose pronounced corn citrus Finish-long watery oak more corn Overall..will not blow you away but the fact that Beam trademarked these flavors makes this whiskey special 8.0/10
Jim Beam White Label
Vic,
Smooth. Easy drinking.
Jim Beam Black Label
Michael,
Nice flavor. Very smooth no bite. A little vanilla
Jim Beam Distillers Masterpiece Sherry Cask Finished Bourbon
Ryan,
Good stuff. Very smooth.
Jim Beam White Label
Christopher,
Ok for mixers
Jim Beam Straight Kentucky Bourbon
Bob,
An everyday bourbon. well priced and good in mixed drinks
Jim Beam Red Stag - Black Cherry
Mark,
Great to have with ice and to chill! Not too everyone’s taste but I really enjoy a glass of this!
Jim Beam White Label
Kenji,
Beam white is just too spicy and rough. It is still a quality product, just not for me.
Jim Beam Black Label
Kenji,
Beam black is a refined version of their white label. It’s smoother and balances out the spice better. Great bourbon for the money.
Jim Beam Red Stag - Black Cherry
Daniel,
First off: this is not a whiskey. It's a strong, sweet cherry liqueur combined with whiskey. I understand the negative reviews on here because that certainly isn't to everyone's tastes. But I have to say that, with a few ice cubes (or a dash of water), I find this utterly delicious. It's one of those drinks where you catch yourself sniffing your empty glass afterwards because the strong cherry flavour just captivates your nostrils. My girlfriend normally hates anything whiskey-related but even she has fallen in love with this drink and it has quickly become a favourite in our house.
Jim Beam White Label
Trevor,
It gets the job done. Nothing special.