Back in the day it was common practise to sell whiskey to bonders by the cask and leave the bottling to them. In theory, this arrangement suited all parties. In practice, a handful of greedy bonders increased their margin by watering down our precious whiskey, and in doing so risked tarnishing Jameson’s long-standing reputation for quality.

In 1963, we took full control from grain to glass, and Jameson Crested is a celebration of those first drops bottled in Bow Street. True to our mark of triple distilled smoothness, Jameson Crested – a vivid blend of Pot Still and grain whiskeys – stands tall with unmistakable sherry undertones and understated notes of fruit, spice, and chocolate. Putting your name to something implies confidence, but a family crest speaks volumes.

Triple Distilled, Crested for Quality.

Nose:

Vivid Sherry Pot Still Aroma.

Taste:

Delicate Sherry Undertones & Toasted Wood, With Fruit, Spice & Chocolate notes.

Finish:

Warm lingering Sherry.

The story of Jameson Crested

Back in the day it was common practise to sell whiskey to bonders by the cask and leave the bottling to them. In 1963, we took full control from grain to glass, and Jameson Crested is a celebration of those first drops bottled in Bow Street.


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