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The Irishmen were in most probability the first distillers in the British Isles. For a brief period in the 19th century, Irish whiskey reigned supreme over its Scottish rival.

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Jameson Whiskey
Jameson Original is a blend of pot still and fine grain whiskeys that is as versatile as it is smooth.
Jameson Signature Reserve Whiskey
Aged in American oak barrels and the finest sherry casks, Jameson Signature Reserve delivers Jameson’s signature taste and smoothness w
Jameson 18 Year Limited Reserve Whiskey
Matured for 18 years in hand-selected oak casks from Europe and America, Jameson 18 Year Old Whiskey is finished in first-fill bourbon
Jameson 12 Year Old Whiskey
Jameson 12 Year Old has a wonderful pot still character combined with the smoothness you would expect from a Jameson.
Jameson Gold Reserve Whiskey
Jameson Gold Reserve is a triple distilled blend of rich pot still and grain whiskeys.
Jameson Caskmates Whiskey
Two heads are said to be better than one, and this whiskey adds serious weight to that argument.
Jameson Select Reserve Black Barrel Whiskey
A special pot still whisky-heavy version of Jameson.
Hewitts Whiskey
When this was first launched back in the 1970s, it was a very, very rare peated Irish whiskey.
Old Dublin Whiskey
Old Dublin Irish Whiskey was launched by Irish Distillers in 1995.
Three Stills Whiskey
Three Stills whisky
Murphy's Whisky
The Murphy family played a key role in whiskey distilling and their legacy of skill is perpetuated at the new Midleton Distillery, open
Paddy Whisky
Paddy Whiskey was first produced by the Cork Distilleries Company, two years after being started in 1877, although it was originally kn