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Say it with socks or a stylishly bottled, exceptionally good Irish whiskey. At the Jameson gift shop, there's no shortage of gift ideas. An exclusive, personalised whiskey gift set is sure to hit the spot.

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Bring the bar home. Making great drinks starts with the best Irish whiskey and how you serve it. Add to the experience with a measuring tool, whiskey stones and drinking glasses from the home of Jameson.

You've got the whiskey, now it's time for the matching Jameson merch. Choose from iconic merchandise like our Jameson hoodies, tees designed in our signature green shade or socks to rep your favourite Irish Whiskey brand.

With its smooth and mellow taste, it's a great introduction to the world of Irish whiskey. The blend of pot still and grain whiskey creates a perfectly balanced flavor profile, with notes of honey, vanilla, and toasted oak.

The whiskey has notes of vanilla, spice, and tropical fruit, making it perfect for sipping neat or in a cocktail. If you're looking for a whiskey that's both innovative and delicious, Teeling Small Batch is definitely worth trying.

It's aged in both ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks, creating a rich and flavorful taste. The whiskey has notes of honey, caramel, and spice, making it perfect for sipping or mixing into your favorite cocktail.

We are thrilled to announce the collaboration between the Pittsburgh Steelers and The Dublin Liberties Distillery, home to the Dubliner Irish whiskey. A partnership forged from a shared connection of deep Irish roots, a thirst for glory and a commitment to excellence.

This commitment to the highest standards in whiskey making along with the heritage and history of the historic Liberties district in Dublin pairs perfectly with the blue collar, gritty, and hard nosed standards of the city of Pittsburgh and all of Steeler Nation.

Jameson Crested is a re-branded version of the classic Jameson ten year-old. The master distillers still use the same techniques; utilising older aged Jameson with a healthy percentage of pot still whiskey, Sherry casks with bourbon barrels used for maturation.

Discover your new favorite bottle of our award-winning craft whiskey. Shop our full selection of imported Irish whiskey below, from our triple-distilled Port Cask Finish to our Double Oak Finish and limited releases.

The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog in New York, which has previously been voted the best bar in the world, teamed up with Dublin Liberties Distillery Master Distiller Darryl McNally to create this whiskey inspired by "notorious Irish street gang in New York City in the mid-1800s." It's a blend of aged Irish single malt and grain whiskies, and the bar's beverage director, Jillian Vose, says it's "great for mixing, approachable, affordable, and comes in a damn fine looking bottle. Smelling this whiskey brings visions of golden barley, and on the palate it's robust and spicy with black pepper."

The original bottling of this classic Irish whiskey, its lighter palette speaks of fresh berries and subtle vanilla notes that make it a perfect starting point for those who want to build their understand of Irish whiskey.

Joey Ryan from Tu in Charleston, says Jameson is a favorite. "I don't typically recommend making cocktails with Irish whiskey because I like the taste of it uncluttered, but there's a classic cocktail called an Old Pal, originally made with Canadian rye whiskey, dry vermouth and Campari, which I make as an Irish whiskey variation."

Faintly reminiscent of bourbon (it's aged in bourbon casks) this blended Irish whiskey is full of caramel and vanilla notes with a hint of core fruit and a lush, creamy palate that will have you coming back for more.

This nutty, slightly peppery whiskey spends a minimum of 14 years in ex-bourbon barrels picking up rich notes of stonefruit and caramelized sugar before heading for a final aging in sherry casts for a hint of malty toastiness.

Kyle Hilla, bar director at at Bourbon & Banter in Dallas, says Green Spot is one of his favorites. "It's one the few single pot stilled Irish whiskeys, and I like it neat and on the rocks for its smooth mellow taste with a hint of brininess. When making cocktails, I tend to lean toward a fresh, acidic-style cocktail with herbs. I find that pairs really nicely with the smooth flavors of Green Spot."

"This heavier style of a blended Irish whiskey is great for all types of cocktails, but I really love it in a sour style drink. When I think of Powers Gold, I think of honey, golden raisins, and hay," Vose says.

A delicate blend of grain (75%) and malt (25%) whiskey matured in bourbon casks, with a slight citrus and cracked pepper aroma. A smooth and balanced whiskey, the taste is one of malt, lingering sweetness, citrus, apple and nutmeg.

There are currently a huge swathe of Irish whiskies out there reinventing, challenging, subverting, defying or simply exceeding the stereotype of the spirit only being suitable as a shot or chaser. Irish whiskey has had a turbulent history of highs and lows, but today the Irish whiskey industry is undoubtedly exciting. From big Irish whiskey brands such as Bushmills to small new distilleries, drinks expert Richard Davies has taste tested and reviewed the best Irish whiskies on the market in-depth in order to find the best whiskies to buy for you.

The Small Batch Blend caught our attention. The Small Batch Blend is intriguing, as although it hits many of the archetypal Irish whiskey touchpoints with a light, smooth and sweet framework, the balance of flavours veer a little out of what I would expect. The impact of the cognac finish and the sea air (Lambay is the largest island off Ireland) is restrained, but still give this Lambay something a little unusual. On the nose, it comes across light and delicate and on the palate, it is again light: the sweetness of very pale malt and a hint of marshmallow, baked fruit, the spiciness of vanilla and pepper. The finish runs with the sweetness, and as it fades out some of that spiciness remains, bracketed with a hint of salt and the nuttiness going over to a light woody dryness.

Highly enjoyable, this is a delightful Irish whiskey with enough depth to marry happily to a goodly peat side and have neither side lose out. Read our full review of Two Stacks Smoke & Mirrors Whiskey.

This is an excellent example of what a classic single pot still whiskey can do. For a perfect serve, take it as is and give time to experience the flavours. Read full review of Powers John's Lane whiskey.

Method And Madness is a small, experimental offering from within the Midleton distillery. The single pot still comes in a striking bottle with contemporary labelling, but the beauty is in the taste. The nose is rich and sweet, with spices led by ginger and cinnamon. On the palate, it continues sweet, the caramel edging into toffee, with the malt toasty. It finishes long and rich, still sweet, but more of the chocolate and cocoa amongst a nutty, woody spicing. The unconventional flavour notes, including hints of chestnut, set this whiskey apart. Read our full Midleton Method and Madness review.

A solid whiskey from a heritage brand, this is keenly priced for a spirit of this vintage. While it's a light whiskey, there's plenty going on in the flavour and aroma stakes. Expect a light-bodied sweetness and fudgey undertones, plus juicy fruits and a hint of sherry. Its lightness means it lends itself well to being used in whisky cocktails. Read our full Bushmills 10-year-old single malt whiskey review.

Redbreast is a respected brand in Irish whiskey and is now the biggest-selling single pot still whiskey in the world. Their 15-year-old is a pure pot still whiskey which, on the eye, is a rich deep copper. On the nose, it has a full, almost viscous air, with honeyed malt, intense spices, dried fruit and gentle woody notes that fade into creamy vanilla. On the palate, the interplay of honey, spice, fruit and wood notes carry on. A touch of water in the glass opens it up. Read our full Redbreast 15-year-old whiskey review.

Like rum? This complex whiskey has flavour notes that will feel familiar thanks to the spirit spending six months aging in Central American rum casks. The aroma features vanilla, soft fudge, toffee and brown sugar, the finish has a woody note that keeps all that sweetness in check. This one is a great contender for serving in a classic Irish coffee. Read our full Teelings Small Batch review.

Green Spot is a classic single pot still whiskey, lacking an age statement but believed to be comprised of seven-to-10-year-old whiskies. The colour is a pale gold, and the nose is light but rich. There's sweet barley and a vanilla creaminess to the aroma, with a pleasing viscosity on the palate. This is a delightful introduction to single pot still whiskey, coming at the lower end of the price scale to its peers, without sacrificing either complexity or drinking pleasure. Read our full Green Spot single pot still whiskey review.

All our best Irish whiskies were carefully taste tested to assess the aroma, taste, mouthfeel and finish. Whilst Irish whiskey has a stereotypical reputation for being "smooth", there is a huge amount more to them than this and we wanted to highlight the complexity and nuance of some bottles, as well as those whiskies pushing against being pigeonholed by such terms. In addition, we look at whiskies across a broad range and considered how they would best be drunk - what is ideal for a vivacious highball may not be ideal for a contemplative sipper. 041b061a72

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