Jim Beam White Label

70cl / 40%
  • Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Jim Beam White Label
Web Exclusive Price £19.75 £16.46 ex VAT (£28.21 per litre)
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Made to the same formula since 1795, this giant of the category is aged for four years in oak barrels to create a smooth, mellow taste with hints of spice.


Jim Beam White Label Reviews

43 Customer Reviews

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  • 3
    30 December 2018

    JB White label has been my go-to whiskey for years. I’ve traded off to Canadian Club or Jack Daniels a few times, but Beam always won on price, and I liked the non-pretentious image. Wanting to try something different recently, I read labels on several lower end brands and settled on Wild Turkey 80 proof. Having just done a side by side taste, I preferred WT by far. JB is fine, but lacks the distinctive natural flavors of the WT. My rating might have been higher prior to the taste test. JB is still a competent mixer, but there are better alternatives for sipping.

  • 2
    29 November 2018

    Cheap and cheerful bourbon, have had a few bottles over the years, but now onto single malts so there's no going back to bourbon, they turn my stomach at their aroma now

  • 4
    9 September 2018

    Devil's Cut is my personal preference but this is damn good cheaper alternative. Only down side is it doesn't have the aroma of Devil's Cut.

  • 5
    20 May 2018

    You have to compare like with like. It's direct competitors at the low end of the market are practically undrinkable (e.g. Johnny Walker Red). Bland compared to better whiskys and bourbons but not at all offensive. Really good value for the money. Ideal as a mixer or on the rocks.

  • 4
    25 March 2018

    I'm worried about Texas Pete who compares it to furniture polish - dont drink that stuff Pete!! Seriously though, this isn't the best I the world, but at it's price point it's good, has a distinct flavour and is a reasonable entry point. Personal I bypass this for the the double oak if I'm buying Beam. For me spend the few extra pounds and grab a Woodford Reserve

  • 5
    8 March 2018

    Great bourbon, not to sweet & full of flavour, just the job after a busy day, superb.

  • 3
    1 March 2018

    I agree with the comments above - smooth and mellow. Very easy drinking.

  • 4
    2 February 2018

    I've tried this with a WhiskeySmiths deductive tasting chart and it realy brings your game level up. Colour is in my experience amber, clear without any sediments and light to medium viscosity. First on the on the nose you get scents like muffins, biscuit and sweetness. Spiced with a hint of cinnamon, the sweetness of vanilla and honey. There is some fruity banana vibe around it. After tasting it sawdust scent hit my nostrils. It has something around sweet and salty flavour with a round texture and medium finish. All in all well balanced bourbon whiskey. For the money one of the best.

  • 1
    29 December 2017

    Terrible neat. Tastes like furniture polish. There are far better affordable bourbons out there

  • 4
    3 March 2017

    It makes a nice Old Fashioned. Good for a cocktail and actually pretty decent on the rocks.

  • 4
    29 January 2017

    Jim Beam white label always delivers on taste and you cannot beat the value of it. Given how affordable a brand it is, it delivers great flavour.

  • 4
    14 November 2016

    Very smooth drink

  • 5
    22 September 2016

    nice everyday 100 % bourbon whiskey

  • 4
    7 July 2016

    Simple. No nonsense. A classic, smooth bourbon, perfect in the summer. Devil's Cut is miles ahead, so splash out some extra for the real deal.

  • 5
    30 June 2016

    My first spirits when i was 24, omg... hooked to it until now (i'm 36 now)

  • 4
    8 May 2016

    I'm an American single malt lover but this is an old favorite from the days before I discovered scotch whisky. Don't try to sip it. I recommend it on the rocks on a hot summer day

  • 4
    6 April 2016

    I've always liked the idea of a corn whiskey, but turned to scotch, a barley whisky, but after comparing, this beam whiskey is very flavorful. I don't know what the snobs are saying, but are they getting paid!? Not a buffalo trace, but the idea instilled for the masses is a good one and this is a solid whiskey....

  • 3
    6 April 2016

    Think I agree with most views on here, not a great drink to have neat as a mixer it's pretty good. Also a bargain for the price I think.

  • 3
    10 September 2015

    A good, no-nonsense bourbon, good for mixing. but if you can afford the extra, go for the black label.

  • 5
    19 February 2015

    I''m actually a scotch drinker, but friends introduced me to bourbon whisky and bought jim beam white yesterday. I''m drinking this right now with little ice, i''m amazed that it tastes like a whole new experience in the whisky world! Superb.

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