A half bottle of the hugely popular Irish blend, renowned for its affinity with ginger ale. The default springboard into the fascinating world of Irish whiskey, Jameson's quality has improved massively in the last 10-15 years and it's one of Jim Murray's favourites, with 95 points in the Whisky Bible 2013.
Hugely popular Irish blend, renowned for its affinity with ginger ale. The default springboard into the fascinating world of Irish whiskey, Jameson's quality has improved massively in the last 10-15 years and it's one of Jim Murray's favourites, with 95 points in the Whisky Bible 2013. Whisky Bible 2013: 95 Points
A rich, dark, Irish blend, Black Bush contains a high proportion of triple-distilled single malt, aged in Oloroso sherry casks for around 8-10 years before marriage with the grain. Picked up the top prize in its category at the World Whisky Awards 2010.
A pack of four miniatures showcasing Ireland's Cooley distillery's mastery of a variety of different whiskey styles. Pack comprises Greenore 8yo (single grain); Kilbeggan (blend); Tyrconnell (single malt); and Connemara (peated single malt).
A special edition of Paddy's Irish Whiskey, enclosing the bottle in a removal carrying frame styled to look like a lantern. A perfect display piece or carrying aid, even though it doesn't actually light up.
Millar's is a blend of malt and grain whiskeys from the Cooley distillery, matured in first-fill bourbon casks. Created in 1843, the brand is, as of 2013, made by Cooley at their distillery in County Louth.
The best-selling whiskey in the Republic of Ireland, Power's Gold Label has a spicy potstill character and is aged between 5 and 6 years in Bourbon casks. This was relaunched in 2013 with a new-recipe and at a higher strength of 43.2%.
The benchmark Irish single malt, this has a far greater depth of flavour than standard Irish blends. A previous winner of the 'Best Irish Single Malt Whiskey in the World' at the World Whiskies Awards.
World Whiskies Awards 2014: Best Irish Single Malt 12yo and Under
A gift pack containing a bottle of Writers Tears Pot Still Blend and a pair of glasses. A combination of pure pot still and malt whiskeys from an unnamed Cork distillery, Jim Murray gave this one 93 points.
An interesting idea from the folks at Jameson, taking a different look at that classic of whiskey cocktails - The Irish Coffee. The pack contains a bottle of Jameson, four shot glasses and a bag of coffee beans from Third Floor Espresso in Dublin, as well as instructions on how to combine the two in the best possible way.
Since the Teelings parted company with Cooley, the company they started, we've been waiting for their return and here it is - Teeling Whiskey. Finished in rum casks and bottled at 46% without chill-filtration it's an excellent statement of intent. The blend is said to contain a high proportion of first fill bourbon casked whiskey, and a higher-than-normal ratio of malt to grain.