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Jameson Black Barrel

(70cl, 40%)

Jameson Black Barrel

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Jameson Black Barrel Bottling Note

AKA Small Batch - 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 expression. It's aged in double charred first fill bourbon casks (black barrels). Well worth a look...

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Rich and fruity with notes of tropical fruits, coconut, nectarines in yoghurt, guava and a thick core of sweet cereals.

Palate: Thick and full on the palate, with an intense, unctuous creaminess, alongside dates, walnuts and peels. Good peach and coconut notes, and a little cinnamon.

Finish: Long finish, and very fruity with notes of cinnamon and nutmeg and hints of potpourri.

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Jameson Black Barrel Reviews


Absolutely a whiskey to remember... in a very negative way. A bunch of chemistry, no depth at all. Slightly some hints of nothingness, and the spiceyness in the nose is simply not there in the mouth. Bad buy.

6th August 2021

My favourite Jameson?

Might be my favourite Jameson. Great cross-over taste mixing elements of Bourbon together with Irish. A really lovely, interesting one I have returned to a few times.

3rd August 2021

Smooth Drinking

First time for me with an Irish whiskey. Usually drink bourbon but the fact that it was aged in oak bourbon barrels caught my attention. Nice and light with good flavor. Will buy it again.

2nd August 2021

Best Irish Whiskey on the Market

Best whiskey I've ever had just wish I could get it in bigger then 1L

30th July 2021

Solid neutral irish whiskey

Middle of the road safe whiskey that's easy to drink. I feel it's quite overpriced at Є48, at that price point there's several cheaper whiskies I would prefer.
However, as a whiskey on its own merit, it's very good and probably a great addition to someone that's just beginning their collection and figuring out what exactly they're looking for in a whiskey.

21st June 2021

My new go-to Irish whiskey

Splendid Irish (you can say Scotch right?) - bottled at 40% - perfect. A blind taste might lead to thinking it's a good bourbon but that's no bad thing. Smooth, rich, great value.

25th May 2021

The Heinz of whiskeys

As I’ve told many friends who I’ve serves this to (and every single one has loved it): this is the Heinz of whiskeys.
Smooth AF, and beautifully composed. If you’re looking for big, unique flavours, look elsewhere. But if you’re looking for something that’s simply good, kind and easy, buy this instantly.

12th April 2021


Bourbon re-branded , wouldn't bother buy the caskmates instead, better.

6th April 2021

Worth every penny.

I might become an Alcoholic for this whiskey, because it’s cheap and with an EXCELLENT before and after taste. Paid 20 euros for it bought 7 bottles.

24th March 2021

Huge fan

Smooth, full and delicious. A bit darker than the standard Jameson (which I love) but it leaves an incredibly warm and fulfilling after taste

5th February 2021

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