Jameson are returning to the world stage with their much saught after St. Patrick’s Day limited edition bottlings for 2020, with new interactive features. Continue reading “Jameson St. Patrick’s Day 2020 Limited Edition Bottle Announced”
Jameson Irish Whiskey, which is produced by Irish Distillers in Midleton Distillery, has announced an exciting addition to its family of Irish whiskeys; Jameson Triple Triple.
Available exclusively in global travel retail from July, the new offering is a fresh take on the signature smoothness of Jameson that has been elevated through triple cask maturation – ideal for the adventurous whiskey drinker. Continue reading “IRISH DISTILLERS UNVEILS NEW TRAVEL RETAIL EXCLUSIVE – ‘JAMESON TRIPLE TRIPLE’”
Irish whiskey giant, Jameson Irish Whiskey, are quickly growing their supporter base of beer cask whiskey finished series, ‘Caskmates’. This overnight success has seen an estimated quarter million 9litre case increase for the behemoth of the category. A fantastic feat when they have seen almost no cannibalization of their Jameson ‘original’ market share either. Continue reading “Jameson Whiskey’s Newest Caskmates Collaborations”
In Potstilled Radio, episode 10, we sit down with Irish Distillers’ Prestige Ambassador, Michael Cowman. Having started his professional career in the Irish Navy, he takes us through his international career progression from sailor to brand ambassador. Continue reading “Episode 10 – Irish Distillers Prestige Ambassador – Michael Cowman”
It has already been an exciting year for Irish Distillers’ re-brands and it is only the 25th day of 2019.
Previously in the month, we saw a re-fresh of the Jameson original, and caskmates ranges, nevermind 2018’s re-brand of Midleton Very Rare. Well now we are seeing the much loved Barry Crockett Legacy. Continue reading “Midleton Barry Crockett Legacy Re-Brand”
Jameson Irish Whiskey, the world leading Irish whiskey brand, have come into 2019 swinging, with a fresh new label for their core range. Continue reading “Jameson Original & Caskmates re-fresh label and bottle designs”
Ireland has a rich history that is intertwined with the distilling industry. Distilleries were huge sources of employment for everything from coopers to doctors. Distilling families in Ireland restored Christchurch Cathedral and even commissioned the Daniel O’Connell monument. As we are currently celebrating the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, I sat down with Fionnán O’Connor, author of the most definitive history of pot still whiskey A Glass Apart, to discuss what the Irish distilling landscape would have looked like a hundred years ago. Continue reading “Ireland’s Distilling Landscape of 1916”