Old Taylor 6
Added on Wednesday, Dec 3, 2008 at 11:53 PM
  Bottler: Jim Beam
  Age: 6 yrs Type: American
  Vintage: N/A Subtype: Bourbon
  ABV: 40.00 % Region: Kentucky
  Price: $12 Availability: Wide
Member Ratings and Notes
It's drinkable, just not that great.  The core flavor that's here is okay -- basically a moderately-sweet bourbon, with slight caramel, vanilla, and oak.  Very light spice.  The problem is the alcohol/spiritous components are all over the place, and that leaves this best suited for mixing.  C/C- 
N: Light citrus overpowered by rubbing alcohol.
P: Very light in taste and body, almost tasteless.
F: A little rye in the finish.
This surely suits the "American Palette" very well.   The Coors Light of bourbons. 
Very light nose with not much to it except the spirity portion (alcohol vapors).  There is faint honey and toffee sweetness but you really have to search for it. Pretty bland on the palate as well.  Again some sweetness but this tastes more like watered down bourbon.  You get some of the oak coming through on the finish but this is very weak and uninspiring overall. 
Tangy. Vanilla and black pepper. 
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