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It's not the sexiest, most expensive, unique, or "select". It is one of the most heavily marketed, well known, recognized, and readily available......that being said, one would not expect JB Black to be so solidly good. I believe that it is.
The nose: Warm vanilla creme and sweet corn, but not overly glucose-ish (creative liberty).
Taste: First to cross your tongue is vanilla, followed by sweet woody oak with a quick to follow ginger-snap bourbon/ pepper kick (very pleasant).
Finish: A light pepper and sweet ginger alcohol burn that fades gracefully.
In summation, the more I drink JB Black the more I love it-- It is very much like my comfort food of bourbon. The icing on the cake is the price point. I hope you find the same pleasure in it.