An old bottle of Jameson's whiskey which was bottled sometime in the 1940s for export to the US. This whiskey has been aged for a minimum of 7 years and has been bottled at a rather interesting strength of 87 proof (43.5%).
A real museum piece - Dunville's was produced by Dunville & Co. at the Royal Irish Distillery in Belfast, which operated from the 1870s but closed in the 1930s. This Three Crowns bottling was pure potstill whisky with some noticeable sherry cask influence. A dram of Irish distilling history.
A cracking pure pot still whiskey from Midleton in County Cork, home of Jameson and the rest of the Irish Distillers portfolio. Distilled in 1973, aged for 25 years and bottled in 1998 from a single cask - rare and rightfully lauded.
A very special and rare single cask release of whiskey from Cork's Midleton distillery, home to Jameson amongst others, distilled in 1969, aged for 30 years and bottled just in time for the millennium in 1999.