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Jameson Irish Whiskey 1L

Jameson Irish Whiskey 1L

Malt, honey

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Category: Whiskey

ABV: 40%
Origin: Ireland
Distiller: New Middleton Distillery

Size:1 Liter


Gold Irish Blended - Premium, 2018 & 2020 The Irish Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Silver Irish Blended - Standard, 2017 & 2019 The Irish Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Gold - Liquid Gold Award, 2014, Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
Winner Irish Blend of the Year, 2014 Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
Winner Irish Blend of the Year, 2013 Jim Murray's Whisky Bible

Taste Notes

Nose: Light, floral, peppered, spicy wood, sweet
Mouth: Spicy, nutty, vanilla tones, hints of sherry
Finish: Smooth, mellow

How to Enjoy

Simply pour a 1.5 fl oz (44 mL) serving of room temperature Jameson into a rocks glass and enjoy!

About this Product

Jameson Whiskey is an Irish blend of traditional pot still and grain whiskey, triple-distilled and aged in a combination of American oak and sherry casks barrels for a minimum of five years, creating a distinct, smooth flavour.

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About Jameson

Triple distilled, remarkably smooth, and unmistakably Jameson.

Like every family, Jameson's is made up of individual characters. While each have their own personality, they’re all part of a Jameson family focused on taste. Now that we’ve whet your appetite, allow us to quench your thirst.

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Coming in a multitude of styles depending on its origin, Whisk(e)y’s flavors range across the board from the sweet, caramel and vanilla-dominated American Bourbons to the briny, peat-heavy Islay Single Malts from Scotland. Though production methods differ widely, all Whiskys are made by distilling beer made from some type of grain, such as barley, corn, wheat or rye. After the distillation process is complete, the new, clear spirit is transferred to wooden casks where it matures, a process that can take up to thirty years or more.

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