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We triple distill our product in copper stills to give our whiskey its signature smoothness. Our Jameson Triple Triple is not only triple distilled but triple cask matured to amplify its flavours further.
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Jameson Triple Distilled goes perfectly with classic whiskey mixers like ginger ale or cola. Or it can be used as a base for your classic cocktails like a Whiskey Sour or an Old Fashioned. Check out our collection of whiskey cocktail recipes and find your favourite flavour!
Jameson Cold Brew is a meeting of Arabica beans from Brazil and Colombia with triple-distilled Jameson Irish Whiskey. You may know the Irish Coffee, but this is different. Jameson Cold Brew is best served chilled, over ice, with cola and a twist of orange. Some cracking tunes in the background, optional. Enjoy the perfectly balanced combination of the smoothest whiskey with the richness of coffee.
Jameson is made from blending two different whiskeys. The best pot still whiskey, made from both malted and unmalted barley is combined with a fine-grain whiskey. Both have been distilled three times to remove any impurities and ensure optimum smoothness. This triple-distillation process distinguishes Jameson from American and Scottish whiskies which are only distilled twice.
The whiskey is then aged for a minimum of 4 years in casks that come from both the US and Spain. These casks were previously used to age bourbon and sherry, lending the whiskey its highly distinct toasted wood and sweet sherry flavor.
Finally, Jameson Caskmates Stout Edition, aged in stout-seasoned whiskey casks, creates an incredibly distinct drink with notes of coca, coffee, marzipan, and butterscotch. Ideal for stout lovers looking for something with a bit more welly.
Inhale before you sip to really explore the scent. Half the joy of whiskey is in the nose. And when you do drink, take just a small sip, letting it linger on your tongue before swallowing, seeing what flavors you can notice.
Jameson is known for pairing exceptionally well with ginger ale. Beyond that classic mixed drink, the famous whiskey makes an incredible base for a whole host of cocktails thanks to its delectable smoothness. Mix yourself one of these cheeky libations, sit back, get the craic, and enjoy.
Jameson Crested is a re-branded version of the classic Jameson ten year-old. The master distillers still use the same techniques; utilising older aged Jameson with a healthy percentage of pot still whiskey, Sherry casks with bourbon barrels used for maturation.
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In 1890, James S. Jameson, heir to the famed whiskey-distilling family's wealth, was accused of a crime that was singular and sinister even by the standards of colonialism. Syrian translator Assad Farran testified that the peripatetic explorer paid African natives a number of handkerchiefs to kill and cannibalize a small girl. Jameson, it was alleged, desired to not only witness the heinous acts but to sketch them.
The distillery did not sell Jameson in bottles until 1968. For nearly two centuries the whiskey had been sold exclusively by the cask to bonders. Now, the trademark green Jameson bottle is one of the most recognizable in the world.
Jameson (/ˈdʒeɪməsən/ or /ˈdʒɛməsən/) is a blended Irish whiskey produced by the Irish Distillers subsidiary of Pernod Ricard. Originally one of the six main Dublin Whiskeys at the Jameson Distillery Bow St., Jameson is now distilled at the New Midleton Distillery in County Cork. It is by far the best-selling Irish whiskey in the world; in 2019, annual sales passed 8 million cases. It has been sold internationally since the early 19th century, and is available to buy in over 130 countries.
John Jameson joined the Convivial Lodge No. 202, of the Dublin Freemasons on 24 June 1774 and in 1780, Irish whiskey distillation began at Bow Street. In 1805, he was joined by his son John Jameson II who took over the family business that year, and for the next 41 years, John Jameson II built up the business before handing over to his son John Jameson the 3rd in 1851. In 1901, the Company was formally incorporated as John Jameson and Son Ltd.
By the turn of the 19th century, it was the second largest producer in Ireland and one of the largest in the world, producing 1,000,000 gallons annually. Dublin at the time was the centre of world whiskey production. It was the second most popular spirit in the world after rum and internationally Jameson had by 1805 become the world's number one whiskey. Today, Jameson is the world's third largest single-distillery whiskey.
The introduction of column stills by the Scottish blenders in the mid-19th-century enabled increased production that the Irish, still making labour-intensive single pot still whiskey, could not compete with. There was a legal enquiry somewhere in 1908 to deal with the trade definition of whiskey. The Scottish producers won within some jurisdictions, and blends became recognised in the law of that jurisdiction as whiskey. The Irish in general, and Jameson in particular, continued with the traditional pot still production process for many years.
In 1966 John Jameson merged with Cork Distillers and John Powers to form the Irish Distillers Group. In 1976, the Dublin whiskey distilleries of Jameson in Bow Street and in John's Lane were closed following the opening of a New Midleton Distillery by Irish Distillers outside Cork. The Midleton Distillery now produces much of the Irish whiskey sold in Ireland under the Jameson, Midleton, Powers, Redbreast, Spot and Paddy labels. The new facility adjoins the Old Midleton Distillery, the original home of the Paddy label, which is now home to the Jameson Experience Visitor Centre and the Irish Whiskey Academy. The Jameson brand was acquired by the French drinks conglomerate Pernod Ricard in 1988 when it bought Irish Distillers.
The old Jameson Distillery in Bow Street near Smithfield in Dublin now serves as a museum which offers tours and tastings. The distillery, which is historical in nature and no longer produces whiskey on site, went through a $12.6 million renovation that was concluded in March 2016, and is now a focal part of Ireland's strategy to raise the number of whiskey tourists, which stood at 600,000 in 2017. Bow Street also now has a fully functioning Maturation Warehouse within its walls since the 2016 renovation. It is here that Jameson 18 Bow Street is finished before being bottled at Cask Strength. 041b061a72