mjcujo says on April 9, 2021
Decent, inexpensive bourbon.
|Whisky||Evan Williams Black Label|
Decent, inexpensive bourbon.
Great for the price. Vanilla, honey, banana nose, sweet but thin flavor. Easy to drink, nothing special, not bad at all.
Słodki, waniliowy, karmelowy, czuć beczkę. Typowy burbon. Łagodny w smaku, przyjemny.
Prefer the bottled in bond but pretty good
Honey, cherry, brown sugar
Doesn’t offer complexity but easy to drink
Sweet and maybe some barrel char
Nose: Cherry, spruce, ocean mist
Palate: Cherry cough syrup, herbal honey, piney wheat
Medium-light body, weak finish, no heat
I agree with the masses that you get a very solid bourbon here for a poor quality price. So it’s worth having on hand as a value pour with some unique flavors. Many may object to its mild qualities in terms of heat I expect, but sometimes a real easy, quick taste is called for, at least for some.
Short lived taste of sweet corn and vanilla then goes flat
straightforward corn sweetness on the nose, maybe some caramel if I'm generous. initial tongue burn, leads into one note, corn, finishes longer than I'd expect with more sweet.
Great for sipping neat or mixing. Very similar to Jack Daniels old No. 7, and preferable to it.
Light Sweet, Caramel, Maple, Vanilla, Light Floral
Oak, Pepper, Vanilla, Fruit
Pepper, Oak, Fruit
My beginning into bourbon. Solid for the price.
Not too bad, vanilla & caramel. Better bourbons available. Good for the price
nose is what you would expect, vanilla & caramel. leather and oak on the tongue with a barrel char finish. actually quite nice especially for the price.
used for cooking and when my brother in law comes over with his diet coke
good starter bourbon and good value. don't expect much.
Underrated definitely, I would absolutely prefer this from jack Daniels any day and even beam, red label. You can taste that sour mash straight away from the first sip it’s beautiful for that price.. not so complex flavors but has a prominent charred barrel notes also leather
Smell: Really sweet, strong brown sugar. Similarities with Captain Morgan.
Taste: Sweet, burned sugar, rotting timber.
lingering leathery aftertaste.
This must be excellent mixer..
While this bourbon lacks complexity of more expensive bourbons, it does not disappoint especially for the price. Sweet nose with hints of vanilla and oak and relatively smooth finish. Not bad to sip neat on a cold winter night.
sweet and oaky
vanilla and oak
relatively smooth medium finish with perhaps almost a hint of pecan?
it tastes like $11. very thin and tastes like if you took a good classic bourbon and watered it fown.
This is good for the $14 price. Smooth is the word. Not complex and a bit too smoky for my taste. For a few dollars more, just get the EW 1783.
Good Bourbon, very honest and real flavor. Smells and flavor like Vanilla and wood
Lots of wood upfront. Sadly it lacks smoothness and complexity. I would talk this as a very good mixer... especially if you're looking for a Woody bourbon to mix with
Not the smoothest, nutty, caramel, pepper on the back end
Ethanol, stale tobacco, dry
Quite good and smooth for its price. Great example of what the basics of a bourbon are.
while not a spectacular vintage, this is a reliable blend to get you through the cold winter nights
Good bourbon for the price, but not much depth.
Good mixer but short bitter finish
sweet oak Sherry
alcohol, fireburn, eyes water, turpintine, sherry, oak
For when someone wants Blanton's Bourbon mixed with Soda and they can't tell the difference.
Oak and charcoal.
Charred and oakie with smoke and pepper.
It's got some bite but it's smooth after 1.5 seconds.
inexpensive, good for mixing at parties
Very oaky. Moderate-strong burn.
Decent mixer. Nothing wrong with it
just ok but for around 10 it's ok
My go to bourbon for mixed drinks.
A good cheap whisky.
Smokey Oak and Vanilla, better than Jack. The perfect bourbon and coke mixer for guests
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