Drier and woodier than previous vintages, giving you a rich oakiness similar to a much older bourbon without the cost.
Much heavier in all departments than former releases. Could almost believe it was a Scotch…
Pay more, get less, but collectible I guess? If you want to collect them all or want to show off a limited availability bottle go ahead, otherwise pass on this one.
Next time I break my leg skydiving or BASE jumping I want this instead of morphine.
Subtlety different from the 2004, but still wonderful
Somewhat fruitier on the nose and has a lot more rye punch and oak than last years version (2005)
The 2011 release is somewhat less fruitier on the noise and is generally a bit lighter in character despite one of the higher barrel proofs in a while.
A bit pricey for what it is.
A stunning achievement in both whiskey distilling and aging. While Parker Beam did not live to see this whiskey bottled I am sure he would be proud of it.
I’m pretty sure if Parker Beam was still alive he would drink this – it’s that good.
Delicious, complex and smooth everything you might want for a great price.
A very unique bourbon, great example of a young, but well done whiskey.
Decent if a trifle simple. Available almost anywhere and a reliable choice.
Interesting variation from the Jim Beam Family but a bit overshadowed by the wood and lacking some finesse and balance overall.
A very interesting bourbon flavored with brandy. Well worth a try.
Interesting whiskey with malty chocolate overtones to it.
Nicely done 12 year old whiskey. Nicely balanced age and wood profile.
A failed experiment in my opinion
A premium single barrel version of an old standard.
Light, easy to drink, but not a lot going on flavor wise. Simple, easy, and cheap.
For a Jim Beam product actually quite outstanding.
Not only do you get the extra proof but a lot of subtle aging characteristics and aromas that would have been lost in the proofing down process! Worth the extra money for the extra proof and all the goodness that comes with it!
One of the best buys in bourbon right now. Yes, it is a relatively mass-produced whiskey, but it is a nicely done barrel-proof release of good bourbon to start with and the price/value ratio is a lot higher than a lot of newer craft whiskies that frankly are not as good – especially for the money.
An altogether much drier version than the A120 Release.
Well done release with lots of flavor. If you like the Larceny Barrel Proof series this is one one the better ones recently.
A nice somewhat incremental improvement over the last batch with a bit more dark fruit flavors than the last batch. Nicely Done !
Delicious, complex and cheap for what you get.
It is very rare for us to chose a distiller twice in a row to have a product as spirits of the month but Last Shot Distilling has come out with another great product
Possibly one of the best bourbons to come out of New York State so far, by a distillery you probably never heard of.
An outstanding whiskey for a young small barrel bourbon from a distillery barely older than it is .
Damn fine for such a young whiskey.