Review: Jameson Gold Reserve Irish Whiskey
VIA (Our New Guy): Jason Debly
Rich, fragrant molasses, almonds and wild flowers.
Initially buttery followed by a transition to a crisp, fresh body of crunchy peanut brittle, wild honey, English cream and oak.
Fairly long flavors of mint, Oolong Tea and malt remain.
Excellent Irish whiskey! Better than the 12 and 18 year olds. Why? More complex flavor profile. The ability of the whiskey to start sweet, transition to a dry, almost crunchy quality is no easy feat. The master blender is to be applauded for his effort in this regard. While it shares some flavor similarities with the 12 year old, the Gold Reserve takes those flavors to new heights.
While the price point is high, it is worth the experience.
Compared to other mass produced Irish whiskey bottlings, I would say Jameson Gold Reserve is among the best. However, the king of Irish whiskies is not dethroned:Redbreast 12 years.
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