When is the last time you drank some Jim Beam White Label?
The king of the bourbons still sits atop the mountain. Look on any bar shelf and there you will find it ready to be enjoyed by the masses, neat, on the rocks or even mixed.
We hope you enjoy Jim and Mike’s review! Cheers
Tasting Notes: Jim Beam White Label Bourbon
Vital Stats: It’s mashbill is 77% Corn, 13% Rye, 10% Malted Barley and is 4 years old. It is 80 proof and has a MSRP of $16.
Nose: Nuts, young oak, caramel and a little sweetness. Peanut butter is also present.
Palate: The nuttiness is there along with oak and caramel. There is a slight hint of pepper. Toasted bread with peanut butter and honey nut cheerios.
Finish: Short to no finish at all with a slight Kentucky hug.
Overall: A great representation of bourbon whiskey, so for us it’s a buy. Not a great sipper, but it will do in a pinch and you can find it anywhere. It’s a excellent mixer though and most drink it that way.