Masters Jameson carefully chosen to assemble a large proportion of whiskey "pot still" whiskey and rare grain produced in small batches (small bacth), all matured in Bourbon casks "charred" (inside "burned" to the flame RAM) and Sherry casks "toasted".
Notes Jameson Select Reserve toasted wood and spices grow in a rich whiskey matured in dark aromatic warehouses to the distillery. The rare sweet grain whiskey used - not found in any other Jameson whiskey - is triple distilled in small batches on one occasion each year.
Old gold with topaz reflections.
Rich and full, the nose develops in the soft succulent exotic fruits and nectarines or peaches, nectarines, apricots and papaya.
Bursts of flavors combine to produce a creamy taste experience and succulent. The fruity sweetness special grain remains constant, while the waves of vanilla, toasted wood and spices rolled on language development by pot still whiskey and through with flames caressed the drums.
A long finish with spice and fruit wood in perfect proportions, providing a taste experience rich and luxurious.
Irish Whiskey JAMESON - Distillery.
Everything begins in the sixth century when missionaries arrived in Ireland bringing Orient a priceless treasure: the secret of distillation. It is in the eighteenth century that the whiskey acquires its credentials with the appearance of a big name in the aristocracy of the Irish Whiskey John Jameson. Pioneer of modern times, he moved to Dublin in 1780 and created one of the first distilleries in the country.
Since John Jameson, know-how continues master distiller master distiller, to give birth to new whiskeys in respect of the Irish tradition.