70cl / 40%
  • Blended Irish Whiskey
Web Exclusive Price £21.45 £17.88 ex VAT (£30.64 per litre)
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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.

Jameson Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Tasting Notes

    Colour: Rich, deep amber

    Nose: Mellow pot still whiskey with toasted wood and sherry undertones

    Taste: Smooth and sweet with woody and nutty tones

    Finish: Incredibly smooth

48 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    4 days ago

    My go to whiskey.... never fails

  • 5
    23 January

    I love Jameson's. I'm not an experienced Whisky snob by any means....but my tastebuds never lie....this is the bomb !!!

  • 4
    20 January

    This is a classic, iconic brand of Irish Whiskey that deserves its place in the canon. Well respected in any drinks cabinet and holds a lofty position on the shelf of most bars around the world. Rarely gathers dust and for good reason. You'll have a smooth companion for the evening with an initial subtle vanilla flavour on the perceptive pallet, picking up some fleeting mid term citrus on your first few sups, quickly making way for heat and heat alone, an essential characteristic for the Irish climate, that is; mostly damp and cold. You won't find complexity here. It is fashioned to give warmth and relief from the elements, as you find refuge in an oak framed Irish bar, at the end of a long day working in the green rolling fields under grey skies and unrelenting rain and wind. Remove your cap and find respite here in thought or banter on the happenings of the day. Often accompanied by ginger ale, as they compliment each other well but just as good sitting on its own. For the price this is a staple and was designed so but just like everything in life you get what you pay for. In Irish whiskey terms, this is potatoes not caviar but theirs nothing wrong with potatoes and the potatoes in Ireland are good! May contain traces of the gift of the gab.

  • 5
    15 December 2016

    Perfect and my favorite

  • 4
    10 December 2016

    Very mellow, smooth whisky. No harshness or peat that you would associate with Scotch whisky, very easy drinking. Great for unwinding after a long day. This comes from the same brewery that brings us Midelton. Highly recommended.

  • 3
    22 November 2016

    The jury is out on this one. Having been a whiskey and bourbon drinker for several years, I finally ventured into the Scotch Whisky world a couple of months ago and was very excited with my first few samplings. I was given a bottle of Jameson and looked forward to my first taste of Irish Whisky tonight. For me, the first sample was pretty plain compared to what I have been drinking. Smooth but plain. I've got the rest of the bottle to go so hopefully it will grow on me as time goes on.

  • 1
    19 November 2016

    Very poor whisky. Harsh taste with no complexity of flavour. Better with any Scottish Single Malt.

  • 5
    3 November 2016

    I'm not an expert, and do not know all of the technical terms, but I can describe this whiskey as very smooth, no harshness whatsoever. I prefer this at room temperature, on its own.

  • 5
    27 October 2016

    Simply my absolute favourite whiskey in that prize range. Good and smooth, good colour and richness in taste. I love it straight, no ice no nothing ! Just as it is. I'm very very surpriced. Thumbs up

  • 5
    7 August 2016

    It wa quite awesome. After GF and JD I have tried this.

  • 5
    26 June 2016

    22 years of “professional tasting/sipping/drinking" experience. Never to get drunk, always before meals, always rinsing a mouth with a gulp of water between previous and next cycle. Have always been able to buy between $20 to $200 per litre. Huge variety of scotch, whiskeys and bourbon. Two equal #1 choices : TEACHER'S HIGHLAND CREAM (among any single or blended Scotch Whisky) & JAMESON (among any single or Blended Irish Whiskey ) No more experiments. Cheers

  • 5
    9 February 2016

    Adam Parsons say's it all, wonderfull

  • 5
    31 December 2015

    I've been drinking whisky (scotch, Irish, Tennessee, bourbon) for 30 years and plain, old Jameson is still my everyday drink. This isn't an entry level Irish; it's a goddamn good whisky in its own right. Sure, there are better whiskys in the world but dollar for dollar, strait or mixed, Jameson is one of the best.

  • 5
    10 December 2015


  • 4
    13 October 2015

    Not a bad drink at all. I prefer this one straight with a cube of ice. For the money you cant go wrong with this one.

  • 3
    10 September 2015

    Much improved of late but still fairly standard. Go for the 12 YO (if you can find it).

  • 5
    25 June 2015

    Just picked up a pint bottle and wishing I had sprung for the litre. Incredibly smooth on the rocks! Wonderful taste yet not overpowering by any means, and the alcohol is surprisingly muted. This is my new go-to whiskey variety.

  • 5
    11 May 2015

    5* for value. Great for mixing, good enough to drink by itself.

  • 4
    8 March 2015

    Not bad, but I confess that Bushmills is by far the better choice between the two titans of Irish whiskey. Still, few whiskies out there as this smooth. This is dangerously smooth. On the nose, I detect vanilla, light wood, toasted nuts. Quite understated to me. Taste is pretty mellow, slightly sweet, muted and abrupt finish though. It''s great, especially for newbies to the world of whisk(e)y like myself, but I definitely prefer the Bushmills.

  • 4
    14 October 2014

    A very good irish blend. The spicy pot still character is really showing it's best traits. On the other hand, little bit too sweet. The overall complexity would greatly benefit if this blend would be at least 43 % and less sweet grain whisky used in composition. Sweetness is almost always the Achilles heel in most irish and scottish blends. Okay, this IS a very good blend.

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