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John Jameson, a relative of the Haig family, one of the most important in the history of Scotch whiskey, was the father of the whiskey that bears his name. John started his company in Dublin, Ireland, in 1780, after marrying Margaret Haig. From generation to generation the company grew through partnerships with other distilleries and, above all, through the quality of its product. The Jameson became one of the six most important whiskies in Ireland.
If you like whiskey, this is one you can't help but try, and if it's not one of your favourite drinks, you'll see how you change your mind when you have a good drink. So without further ado, we would like to offer you the opportunity to try this Jameson 4.5L . Made from a triple distilled from the best barley and pure spring water and matured in oak barrels, Jameson is a guarantee of quality throughout the world.
Let its golden yellow colour tell you the Irish legends, the mysteries of glorious times and castles. Immerse yourself in a subtle flowery scent with spicy wood balanced with sweet notes. Treat yourself to a feast of spices, nuts, vanilla and cherry notes. Feel the full-body experience of an exceptional whiskey.
Description of Jameson 4.5L
- Color: Jameson 4.5L has a golden yellow color
- Flavour: The nose, is delicate. It has a light floral fragrance, peppered with spicy wood and sweet notes.
- Taste: A perfect balance of spicy, nutty and vanilla notes with hints of sweet sherry and exceptional smoothness.
PRODUCTION DETAILS of Jameson 4.5L : Triple distilled from the best Irish barley and pure spring water and then matured in oak casks, Jameson Irish whiskey bears the stamp of quality that has made it the best selling Irish whiskey worldwide.
ALCOHOL: 40% Vol
PRODUCER: Jameson Distillery
Jameson is an Irish Blended Whiskey produced by Irish Distillers, the Irish subsidiary of Pernod Ricard. For over two hundred years, Jameson has given us the opportunity to enjoy the best whisky in Ireland, while preserving the experience of its origins in today's bottles.More about the Producer