When a local craft brewer borrowed our casks to age their fine Irish stout it gave us an idea: why not finish our own precious whiskey in the stout beer seasoned oak barrels? The result is Jameson Stout Edition
Smooth Jameson with hints of:
Chocolate, Butterscotch, Coffee
Jameson Caskmates Stout Edition received several accolades in 2019, such as being a finalistin the Ultimate Spirits Challenge scoring a very high 94 points. It also received a gold medal in both the San Fancisco World Spirit Competition & International Spirit Challenge.
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
Please drink responsibly
|Know your limits|
|The UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly drink more than 14 units per week|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (33)
Stout \x26 Whiskey \- whats not to like?
Lovely whiskey with warm flavours Great idea lovely and smooth - great over ice or with a dash of water
Nice combination between whiskey and stout! This is a great smooth drink to drink on its own.
A Revelation for an Irish whiskey
So you know what to expect from a drop of Irish ? Wrong wrong wrong. This is quite startling if you're not expecting it. Deliciously staisfying on the nose with a full mouth feel which is medium to oily. Very smooth and lots of lingering toffee, fruit and a hint of honey. Very enjoyable and fun to drink. Neat or on the rocks is an easy pleasure. Highly recommended especially if you normally don't venture far from mainstream Scottish malts.
Warming with a Subtle Sweetness
A lovely smooth whiskey with the addition of stout adding to the richness and giving it a subtle sweetness. The 2 blend really well together and there’s no afterburn, so you can really savour this drink.
I love whiskey and stout so was keen to try this. It’s lovely and I definitely buy again.
A perfect combination for me
As a lover of both Whisky & Stout this was bound to be a great combination. This actually has a slightly fruity smell of apples & pears which is unusual for a whisky but quite pleasant. Once you take your first sip though it is a rich & complex flavour explosion....yes it tastes like Whisky, but there are almost chocolate hints with a hoppy, almond & oak hints. The finish is almost sweet with a toffee/caramel toffee sweetness. This is one to drink alone, with a mixer or alongside your favourite stout, it certainly holds it's own & is likely to be loved by experienced as well as new Irish Whisky drinkers.