Jameson Crested

70cl / 40%
  • Blended Irish Whiskey
Jameson Crested
Web Exclusive Price £39.95 £33.29 ex VAT (£57.07 per litre)
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Crested is the new name for Jameson's Crested Ten with an updated look, but the same blend. This is made with older aged Jameson with a high measure of pure pot-still whiskey in the mix, a fair proportion of which has been aged in sherry casks to add spicy sweetness.
Country
Ireland
Colouring
Yes

Jameson Crested Reviews

25 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    8 May

    WOW. Had a couple yesterday. Almost as good as Middleton Very Rare.

  • 5
    27 April

    Another beautiful whiskey from Jameson, extreamly difficult to buy now as its been superseded by another called just Creasted, no presentation box with the latter either. Should have bought more.

  • 5
    30 January

    As my exploration into other Jameson's continues, this one lingers oh so very nicely. I'm no Whisky/ey connosiuer but I love how smooth this is. It's great to sip but a truly wonderful to get a right mouthful and take it slowly. My mouth is initially burdened with a smooth start, then a great warming fire swells with spices. A great finish too leaving me waiting for my next gulp!

  • 5
    19 November 2015

    I am impressed, this is a masterfully crafted irish blend. Don't be confused with the screw top, there are much older whiskies involved here than in regular Jameson. Perfect marriage of pot still whiskeys, quality grain whiskeys and sherry casks. In a sense better than 12 yo and Small batch. This is a classic Jameson and I think echoes from 60's and 70's can be heard. There is small but distinct difference between Crested Ten and modern day Jameson whiskeys. Fantastic. I must say that Jameson is the only brand in the whisk(e)y world that has never disappointed me.

  • 5
    5 September 2015

    My son just returned from Ireland and gifted me with a bottle of Crested Ten. The smoothness of this whisky is outstanding. I regularly drink Jamesons but the Crested Ten is so much more refined and smoother.

  • 5
    17 July 2015

    It’s my whiskey of choice when I come to Ireland. Shame I can’t get it in the States.

  • 5
    13 March 2015

    Smooth as silk, Drink it slow and taste it all the way down, you may never get another drink as good as this.

  • 4
    16 February 2015

    One of the smoothest. Very nice on the back of the throat with little to no burn sip after sip. Please export this to North America.

  • 4
    15 February 2015

    Extremely good whiskey

  • 5
    9 February 2015

    Absolutely fantastic, brought back this on our way back from the old sod, wish I'd brought back 6 more bottles was there in July was great.

  • 5
    28 December 2014

    Our sons girlfriend brought a bottle of this back for us after her trip to Ireland. By far the smoothest any of us have ever had!

  • 5
    22 June 2014

    Bought this for my father as a change from Jamesons and he absolutely loved it!

  • Anonymous 8 May 2014

    Might be good in coffee.

  • Anonymous 19 January 2013

    I LOVED tis Irish wiskey when I went to Ireland 17 years ago. I would love to have another taste of this fine wiskey.

  • USACelt 5 April 2012

    Wow! The Sherry notes are wonderful, vanilla and a touch of sweet Smooth and easy, neat or on the rocks. Now I wish I would have ordered two.

  • Tony Matz 15 December 2011

    It's my favorite by far, but living in the states limits how often you can enjoy it. I have a bottle in my closet which I'm saving for a special occasion. My dilemma is do I share it with friends or enjoy it by myself.

  • Anonymous 1 January 2011

    Crested Ten is by far my favorite whiskey, but they don't export it to the USA as a result I have to depend on my/friends bringing it back from Ireland.

  • Kenny 1 January 2011

    Even though its not available in the US i'm enjoying a glass right now. My favorite of the Jamieson family.

  • Anonymous 4 November 2010

    This is, for some reason, my favourite of all the Jamieson range. I always much preferred the Bushmills range (except for the original) over Jamiesons but I will happily drink this any day.

  • TWE Admin 13 July 2010

    Hi Mary - it does come in its own presentation box as per the pic - if you want something a bit more special to put it in, specialist wine shops often have wooden presentation boxes for sale.

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