Jameson Cold Brew

Sep 11, 2018

Category: Vices

Show us someone who hasn’t enjoyed an Irish coffee at some point and we’ll show you a non-whiskey lover. Be it a hangover cure or the right start to a weekend done properly, whiskey and coffee are two vices that fuse together seamlessly, so it makes sense Jameson opted to bring us the best of both worlds with Jameson Cold Brew.

As the name suggests, this is a whiskey for those who love coffee and vice versa. Each batch combines their triple-distilled Jameson with refreshing fair trade Arabica to yield a whiskey that boasts roasted coffee aromatics on the nose, charred wood from the pot-still whiskey on the palate, and toasted oak and dark chocolate on the finish. A warming mouthfeel that can be served over ice or mixed in a cocktail, this is one valued addition to the home bar and the Jameson brand.

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