Blended Irish Whiskey - 2013
San Francisco World Spirits Competition
What's in a name? Jameson 18 Year Old Limited Reserve whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in Ireland. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Jameson 18 Year Old Limited Reserve whisky, rather than whiskey.
I didn't get apples, it was more of an orange blossom sort of flavour. Nice stuff - impressed me!
28th February 2014
acorns, has he tasted acorns. I love this drink but its whiskey and its great whiskey but acorns and ripe apples give me a break! ffs
13th October 2013
I bought it and was underwhelmed
7th October 2013
What did the last reviewer mean by "Recommend even if it is Irish".Everything about that review screams idiot !
29th September 2013
A delicious blend - whilst the nose isn't all that unique or noteworthy; the usual notes of grain, pot-stilled cereal, acorns, apple peels and light spice; the taste is extraordinary: the initial explosion is of ripe apples, gooseberries, with more hints of spice and pepper, then an incredible nuttiness which to me feels a lot like potatoes and leeks, truly superb, this lasts a long time with underlying notes of sweet cereal, apple & pear peels and has a sour mash feeling to it. The finish is long and balanced, continuing these notes but introducing soft vanilla and oak flavours. Recommended, even if it is Irish!
4th January 2013