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Jameson Irish Whiskey Original Blended and Triple Distilled, 1L

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The perfect balance of spicy, nutty and vanilla notes with hints of sweet sherry and exceptional smoothness. Passing this classic John Jameson blended Irish Whiskey to heart, the connoisseur receives an unexpected but very attractive taste. a unique whiskey with a perfect balance of spicy, nutty and vanilla notes with hints of sweet sherry. The total effect of the John Jameson blended Irish Whiskey is a refreshing, strong and a full-bodied feeling. Finally, this John Jameson Blended Irish Whiskey can be described as the perfect result of Irish creativity.

Please always read the labels, warnings, and directions provided with the product before using or consuming a product.How To Make: Combine 1 litre pomegranate juice, 50g chopped ginger, zest and juice of 3 limes and 50g sugar into a blender.

The smell of coconut, the taste of citrus and the resonance of sherry lead the lovers through the entire repertoire with a Whiskey that scores. Was delighted to find available in the 1 litre size, as we tend to go through this quite quickly when entertaining. Jameson distil their whisky not once, like the American’s, not twice, which is the Scottish way but three times giving it the smoothest texture out of them all.At the super smooth medium-length finish, the Whiskey scores with slightly spicy seasoning and the resonance of sherry. Ingredients: 50ml Jameson Irish whiskey 1 bottle ginger ale 1 lime How to mix: Fill a high ball glass with ice, pour in a shot of Jameson, top up the glass with a good quality bottled ginger ale, stir briefly to mix, take a large wedge of lime, give it a squeeze and drop it into the glass.

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