On St. Patrick's Day.
You can not say that the blog is full filled with whiskey from Ireland, essentially from there we have some products only on occasions (e.g. Tullamore Dew Phoenix, The Tyrconnell NAS). As now with Jameson for St. Patrick’s Day which is for a few days. What we are dealing? Jameson is a classic from Ireland, triple distilled and bottled at 40% ABV.
N: beginning lightly alcoholic, slightly peppery, rather white pepper, after a while very gentle, timid I would say, distant caramel and vanilla, lemon drop, dissolved in water hard candy, maybe Haribo jellies;
T: begins with sparks in the mouth, continue with the sweet touch of caramel, apple in various forms, boiled, baked, in principle with emphasis on its sweet versions, then there are notes of grapefruit and bitterness;
F: medium long with remnants of apples.
Jameson in the smell is very delicate and shy, the initial alcohol is quickly running out, but then you have to try to distinguish the different tones. The taste is already more pronounced with an apple in various forms. For me, the smell could be more intense, and the taste more diversified. But perhaps it is just as it should be.