Jim Beam Black Review [In Depth]
Jim Beam Black Bourbon
Jim Beam Black Details
Distillery: Jim Beam
Type & Region: Bourbon, USA
Composition: 75% corn, 13% rye, 12% barley
Aged: At least 4 years
From the company website:
Our premium, 86-proof bourbon whiskey spends years longer being aged in our American White Oak barrels than our original Jim Beam. It’s those extra years of aging that give Jim Beam Black its full-bodied flavor with notes of smooth caramel and warm oak.
Jim Beam Black overview
Jim Beam Black smell
Jim Beam Black taste and aftertaste
The main difference is that Evan Williams (and Jim Beam White) is more earthy while Jim Beam Black is more sweet and fruity, which would give this the edge over Evan Williams.
Jim Beam Black Rating
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