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The Jameson Black Barrel Whisky owes its intense, soft taste to triple distillation and ageing in twice blackened oak barrels. Jameson Black Barrel is a tribute to the master coopers of the Midleton distillery who, with great care and dedication, carbonize the bourbon barrels once more than normal procedures, to release the richness and variety of flavors.
The result is a distillate with intense aromas of creamy caramel and sugar, dominated by deep notes of spices and vanilla. ] is proof that every barrel contains a secret; the trick is to know how to get it out!
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Jameson Black Barrel
TASTING NOTES OF Jameson Black Barrel :
- Color: coppery, amber
- Smell: intense aromas of butterscotch and milk caramel
- Taste: flavors of dried fruits, spices and vanilla, creamy
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Distilled three times, burned twice, for a sweet and rich flavor.
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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Posted on 11/04/19 at 10.09
Jameson Black Barrel is a whisky that is distilled three times and then charred twice to obtain an intense, smooth flavour. In fact, this whisky has been produced as a tribute to the...
Posted on 08/03/18 at 15.26
- Color: Deep gold, some coppery tones
- Flavour: intensely fruity, characters apricot, kumquat, and fruit tart touch of bitter and dark chocolate and truffles.
Posted on 15/04/19 at 12.52
Contents: 0, 7 l
Posted on 30/05/18 at 16.52
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