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By the Dram (30 ml): Jameson 18 Year Old
By the Dram (30 ml): Jameson 18 Year Old
By the Dram (30 ml): Jameson 18 Year Old
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By the Dram (30 ml): Jameson 18 Year Old

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Jameson (Original Bottling)
Regular price
$35.00
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$35.00
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Flavour Profile: Fruity and Spicy

Famous for helping Lady Gaga write her lyrics, and beloved by the US millennial segment, the Jameson brand is pretty much synonymous with Irish whiskeys outside of Ireland. This expression is an exploration of what substantial aging does to their very popular signature blend. 

A liquid dessert that is big on flavour and yet effortless to drink. Everything one would expect and more from an older Jameson. On the nose: remarkably clean with a deep aroma of raisins and hawthorn (山楂) and a component of vanilla and nuttiness. On the palate: ripe bananas, 7D sugary dried mangoes, developing into dark fruit notes of cherries and hawthorn. Earthiness reminiscent of Lotus biscuits and a semi-sweet Starbucks coffee latte. The finish: long, with lingering sweetness from the Lotus biscoff, slight bitterness from the European oak and sliver of ginger.

For full review and tasting notes, click here

 

Bottle Stats 

Distillery: New Midleton Distillery

Brand: Jameson

Region: Ireland

Status: Active

Distributor: Original Bottling (OB)

Classification: Irish Whiskey

Style: Blended Irish Whiskey

Cask: Ex-Bourbon, Ex-Sherry, Finishing in First-Fill Bourbon

Age: 18 Year Old

Abv: 40.0%

 

*Bottle images are for illustration purposes only. Upon purchase, you will receive a 30 ml sample of this alcohol in a standard bottle.

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