Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Jim Beam Honey Whiskey

Hello Single Malters, Today I am reviewing Jim Beam Honey Whiskey. In today's blog, I will share the following info- 

  • Sharing a link to my previous blog with distillery info
  • Vital Stats
  • Tasting notes
  • SJ's Rating
  • SJ's Pro tip
I have already covered the history behind this distillery in my previous blog- Jim Beam. Today, I am focusing on Jim Beam Honey.
Sweet as honey, bold as bourbon reads the description on the website. "Sweet but not too sweet, Jim Beam Honey has the perfect touch of honey to allow its warming sweetness to shine without losing the mellow smoothness of our original bourbon. So, whenever you are craving a cocktail with a sweeter side or as an easy sipper, this is the bee's knees.  I do not agree with anything that is stated. It is way TOO SWEET. 
Now, the fun part- my tasting notes. Enjoy!

Vital Stats- Jim Beam Honey Whiskey 
Price- $14.49 for 750 ml($0.99 for 50ml pictured sampler)
Age- NAS(No Age Statement)
ABV-  35%
Country of Origin- USA
Distillery- James B.Beam Distilling company, Clermont, Frankfort, Kentucky
Awards Won- None

Tasting info-
Appearance- Light golden
Aroma- Vanilla, honey, citrus, light chocolate, marmalade

Flavor- Too sweet just like medicinal honey, sugary syrup taste
Body- Light
Finish- Short, nonexistent, watery 
It is terrible just like a sugary syrup, medicinal kind of taste. I do not recommend anyone to buy this one. 
Occasions- None, Unless you want to ruin the party
SJ's Pro tip- The regular Jim Beam is way better than this. 

Well, this was quite a terrible whisky to try but am glad anyone reading this will steer clear of it after reading this. Enjoy some other bourbons like my go-to Makers Mark, won't go wrong. Cheers! Enjoy responsibly. 
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