JD #7 vs JB Black ....
Being up in Canada, I have very little experience with bourbon, although I do liike it straight. I have an old workshop out back where I fire up a wood stove in the winter and have a drink and a cigar about once every week or so.
This winter, I started in the fall with a bottle of Jack Daniels #7, first time I tried it and I really liked it. Then when the weather got cold, the bottle stayed outside and I tried it ICE COLD (like minus 15 degrees) in a frozen cold glass and it was great, better than before and I loved it. Got through that bottle by February and then I bought a bottle of Jim Beam Black, and I like that as well. Problem is, because of my limited experience with bourbon, I have difficulty comparing the two, actually I can't really remember how the JD compares to the bottle currently out there.
So I guess my question is, how might I expect them to compare or taste relative to each other? Is one considered a "better" bourbon than the other? What sorts of flavours does each one have? As I said, I enjoy them both.