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John Jameson & Son

In 1780, the Scottish businessman John Jameson purchased the Bow Street Distillery in Dublin. It was not long before his chief brand, Jameson Irish Whiskey, would become internationally popular. The Bow Street distillery was previously producing around 30,000 gallons annually but by the turn of the nineteenth century the distillery was producing over a million gallons. John Jameson was keen to produce the best product possible, sourcing the finest ingredients. Furthermore, John triple distilled his product when most others were double distilled; he believed this produced a smoother product. During the early nineteenth century, John Jameson’s son, John II, expanded the facilities which were, by this time, among the largest in Ireland. John II’s son John III further expanded the brand and when his son John IV came to power at the helm of the Jameson brand, he found himself in charge of a global brand. Today, Jameson is the best selling Irish whiskey in the world.

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Jameson Crested Ten
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Crested Ten was first released by Jameson in 1963, when the whiskey bonding trade was dying out. With a high proportion of pot still and Sherry-matured whiskeys, this is a top Irish blend, a real gem.  More info
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Jameson Gold Reserve
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A delicious blend made with a good amount of pure potstill Irish whiskey. Jameson Gold Reserve is sublime stuff, and it was awarded a massive 94 points in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible.  More info
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Produced at the Midleton Distillery, Jameson is Ireland's quintessential Irish blend, a classic. Jim Murray even awarded it an incredible 95 points!  More info
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A classic blend from Ireland, established by the renowned John Jameson. Really smooth and well put together, a very enjoyable Irish whiskey.  More info
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A super release from Jameson, with a high proportion of Irish pot still whiskey as well as small batch grain. The result is an increased body and level of richness when compared to the core...  More info
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A 12 year old blended whiskey from John Jameson & Sons that is ordinarily only available at the Old Jameson Distillery or The Jameson Experience Midleton.  More info
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Originally known as 1780 (a reference to the year that Jameson was founded), this is a smooth, spicy 12 year old blended Irish whiskey with a good content of pure potstill…  More info
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Back in the day, Jameson 12 Year Old Whiskey was known as the 1780, in reference to the foundations of the Jameson distillery on Bow Street, Dublin (which were put down in 1780). Their 12 year old...  More info
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A stunning bottle of limited edition Jameson. This is made with some of the oldest whiskey in Jameson's stocks, including an old pot still whiskey aged in a port pipe. A very full bodied Jameson.  More info
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A 1970s bottling of Jameson Crested Ten Irish blended whiskey, a particular blend that was released in 1963 which features pot-still and Sherry matured whiskey. A highly collectible bottle which has...  More info
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An old and rare collectable bottle of Jameson's Irish whiskey, bottled way back when whiskey was sold in 75cl bottles.  More info
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A classic blend, Jameson Irish Whiskey has long been one of the most popular Irish whiskies around. This rare bottling comes from the 1960s.

Unfortunately some of the whiskey has leaked out, but...  More info
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A retro bottle of Jameson, the classic Irish blended whiskey, produced in the 1970s. Of course, it doesn't look all that different than it dos now, because you don't mess with success (or Texas...  More info
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This is a bottle of Jameson Irish Whiskey, produced in the 1970s at Bow Street Distillery, Dublin, for the international market. A rare piece of whiskey history which has, interestingly, been bottled...  More info
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A special limited edition bottle of Jameson, this is a St Patrick's Day special bottled in a silver coloured bottle, which makes it look rather suave.  More info
$34.59
Irish Velvet is a wonderful Christmas treat made with Irish whiskey, coffee and sugar. This collectible bottle of festive liqueur was produced over 30 years ago in the 1970s.  More info
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