Jim Beam vs Jack Daniels ?!

Question: Jim Beam vs Jack Daniels !?
Jim Beam(black label) vs Jack Daniels(old numb!.7) which one is better for shooting!?

I know some people will say when you shoot whisky you can't taste the whisky and staff like that but actually you can some whisky can be more mellow some harsh etc!., so my question is which one do you prefer if you going to a friend or a party where you gonna shoot it a lot of it which one in your opinion will be the best bet bring to your friend!?

Plus when you choose one top of another describe why why you like that one and why you don't like another one don't just say good or no good describe it more details something like i like this one because blalala!.!. and i don't like another one because bla bla or maybe no difference for you describe it

Plus which one would you prefer with cola and WHY , because lot's of people choosing jack daniels over lots of another good whisky just because of it marketing so that's why i want to know if you choose jack for example why what makes it that good taste!?

I personally think JD is to harsh even when i drink it straight up i mean shoot it so my choice would be JB reall bourbon Www@FoodAQ@Com

Jack Daniels beats all hands down!

It's one of the only TRUE American Whiskey's!. JB is just another bourbon and there are hundreds of them!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

I think they're both crap and a waste of whiskey personally, but I'm all about the scotch, so what do I know!. Plus the way to drink it is to huff it first and taste through the roof of your mouth!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Exactly, years of experience has shown me JB is smooth and Jack is a little more harsh!. Don't believe the hype, Jim Beam is better says I!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

JB for drinking, JD for shooting!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I actually think Jack has less of a bite than Beam, personally I would choose thatWww@FoodAQ@Com

Idk but JD! :)Www@FoodAQ@Com

what difference does it make!? it's not a very mature way to drink and a real waste of good liquorWww@FoodAQ@Com

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