Back in the day it was common practice to sell Irish whiskey to bonders by the cask. Then, it was left up to them to bottle it. In 1963, after some greedy bonders started to water down the whiskey to fill up their pockets, Jameson took over full control of the process, from grain to glass. Jameson Crested is a celebration of those first drops bottled back in Bow Street.
Nose: Vivid sherry pot still aroma.
Taste: Delicate sherry undertones & toasted wood, with fruit, spice & chocolate notes.
Finish: Warm lingering sherry.