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Jim Beam Bondered

A bit Different

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JReview by @Jason0142

19th May 2012

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Nose: quite zesty and fruity, oak, background hints of vinilla and corn, hint of nuts (kind of like a scroggin mix), hint of spice, after some time at nosing it becomes a bit more buttery.

Palate: for a 50% whiskey I found it quite light, zesty again, dried fruit peels, some grains and slightly toasted honey bread, hints of buttered corn and some oak.

Finish: oak, toasted break, some buttered corn.

When I brought this bottle I couldn't actually find any review's on it. I ended up getting it anyway because of it's 100 proof strength, reasonable price and because it had the pictures of 2 of my favourite JB bourbons on the side of the box. When it came to taste it I think it's a little wired, it's not what I'd call bad it's just a bit different from normal bourbons. Funny enough it went well into cocktails.

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Jason0142 commented

And just as I posted this I realised I'd misspelt the bottle name it should be "Jim Beam Bonded". I don't suppose there is any way to change that?

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