Jameson Black Barrel Irish Whiskey

Jul 11, 2017

Category: Vices

For fans of Jameson Irish Whiskey, it would be blasphemous to make any modifications to a seemingly perfect recipe. That’s why this new iteration from Jameson takes a whole new approach to distilling their iconic Irish whiskey – bound to make doubters believe in the power of change.

Here, each batch is made up of triple distilled rich pot still and grain whiskey that’s twice charred and matured in a mixture of sherry casks and bourbon barrels. It’s the extra charring of the bourbon barrels that adds an enticing element to the whiskey complete with enhanced spices, nutty and vanilla notes, followed by a rich sweetness and sherry fruit. Complex, full of flavor, and unique, Jameson took a risk with this iteration of their famed Irish spirit and from the looks of it – including their one-of-a-kind tear-away packaging – they’ve positioned themselves for success. Available now.

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