The stylish silver sleeve has eye-catching detail including an etching of the shamrock – a traditional Irish emblem, and the subtle embellishment along the base and bottle neck to give a modern twist to the Irish heritage of Jameson.
Available to purchase for a period of one month between 1st March and 1st April (RRP of £16.49), this stylish interpretation of the UK’s favourite whiskey is expected to appeal to those looking for a premium and contemporary, yet authentic drink this St Patrick’s Day.
Hailing from the heart of Dublin, one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities, Jameson can be enjoyed straight up, with a simple mixer or as a refreshing cocktail – versatile and seriously playful without the need for oversized green hats.
A favourite with the likes of the Kings of Leon, Jameson makes the perfect alternative to your usual drink. While great partnered with ginger, coke or lemonade, Jameson is also the key ingredient in many delicious cocktails such as the effortlessly cool Spraoi.
Meaning ‘fun’ in Gaelic, the Spraoi (pronounced Spree) embodies the full essence of Jameson’s fun Irish character creating the perfect St Patrick’s Day drink. The Spraoi combines Jameson Irish Whiskey with fruit juices and kiwi puree, and is served tall over cubed ice.
Established in 1780 at the famous John Jameson Distillery in Dublin, Jameson Irish Whiskey is a premium, triple distilled whiskey with aromatic flavours of sherry, spice and toasted wood. Its character remains true to the Pot Still whiskey tradition laid down by John Jameson in the 18th century, helping establish Jameson as the world’s no.1 selling Irish whiskey today.
The limited edition Jameson Irish Whiskey (RRP £16.49) is available at all major multiple grocers and off-licenses from 1st March to 1st April 2009.
50ml Jameson Irish Whiskey
12.5ml Ginger Cordial (optional)
12.5ml Fresh Lemon Juice 12.5ml Gomme Syrup or sweetened water
30ml Kiwi Puree
top with Cloudy English Apple Juice
Shake all ingredients with ice and serve in a tall glass. Garnish with a slice of apple and kiwi.