Jameson 'Caskmates IPA' 1.0L Irish Whiskey 80prf
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This is a liquor imageJameson 'Caskmates IPA' 1.0L Irish Whiskey 80prf

$35.99
 
" This is a sequel to the original Caskmates Stout Edition produced in conjunction with the Franciscan Well Brewery in Cork, Ireland. As with the original, Franciscan Well took used Midleton Distillery barrels to age their Irish Pale Ale beer, then sent the casks back to the distillery to be refilled with Jameson. The nose is hoppy and honey-sweet, along with a nice oakiness and notes of fudge, caramel, and wet straw. The taste has ... read more
Item ID: #27269
Shelf at store:25b
Size: 1L (liquor)

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" This is a sequel to the original Caskmates Stout Edition produced in conjunction with the Franciscan Well Brewery in Cork, Ireland. As with the original, Franciscan Well took used Midleton Distillery barrels to age their Irish Pale Ale beer, then sent the casks back to the distillery to be refilled with Jameson. The nose is hoppy and honey-sweet, along with a nice oakiness and notes of fudge, caramel, and wet straw. The taste has a nice hoppy bite, along with a hint of baked oranges, honey, caramel, fudge, subtle spices, and a hint of licorice in the background. The finish is long and hoppy with a touch of baking chocolate. " ~Distillery notes

Whisky Advocate 90
Hoppy notes cloaking the crisp grains, green apple, and pomelo make for a happier marriage than its stout sibling. This is one of those whiskeys that continuously evolves in the mouth, progressing from a sweet, syrupy beginning of coconut macaroons, apple, and spices, to a creamier plateau of citrus, stewed fruits, and chocolate. It departs leaving the tongue weighted down with peppery spice and cooked apple. Unexpectedly delicious. Value pick ~Jonny McCormick

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JamesonWhen John Jameson, a Scottish businessman,[3] became manager of the Stein family Bow Street Distillery in 1786, it was producing about 30,000 gallons annually. By the turn of the 19th century, it was the second largest producer in Ireland and one of the largest in the world, producing 1,000,000 gallons annually. Dublin at the time was the centre of world whiskey production. It was the second most popular spirit in the world after rum and internationally Jameson had by 1805 become the world's number one whiskey. Today, Jameson is the world's third largest single-distillery whiskey

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