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The Jameson 1L is produced in Ireland, more specifically in Midleton, since 1780. Produced from the finest Irish barley and purest spring water, Jameson is today a showpiece product of Irish whisky in the world and stands for quality and tradition.
This whisky is characterized by its triple distillation, which gives it an exceptional softness. It is aged for 5-7 years in oak barrels, Jameson 1L absorbing fine aromatic nuances from the wood.
It is a unique whisky, symbolized by two men loading barrels: a tribute to all those men and women who dedicated their lives to the art of whisky production.
Technical sheet · Jameson
|Volume:||100cl Other volumes|
2014 Liquid Gold Award - Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
2014 Winner - Irish Blend of the year Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
2014 Silver - Irish Whiskey Blended - International Wine & Spirit Competition
|Type Of Whisky:||Blended|
|Number Of Distillations:||3 Distillation|
Description · Jameson
TASTING NOTES: Jameson 1L
- Color: Honey golden color giving a warm appearance.
- Smell: Slightly floral aroma invigorated with spicy wood and sweet notes.
- Mouth: Delicate flavor and a very soft texture
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Triple distilled from the best Irish barley and pure spring water, then matured in oak casks, Jameson Irish whiskey bears the stamp of quality that has made it the best selling Irish whiskey worldwide.
PRODUCER: Jameson Distillery
ALCOHOL: 40% Vol.
Jameson is a blended Irish whiskey produced by Irish Distillers subsidiary of Pernod Ricard. The company was established in 1780 when John Jameson established the Bow Street Distillery in Dublin. Originally one of the six main Dublin Whiskeys, Jameson is now distilled in Cork. Jameson is by far...
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