Crested Ten Irish Whiskey

This week I would like to recommend Crested Ten Irish Whiskey. Crested Ten is part of the Jameson family and is the first whiskey Jameson bottled themselves back in the 1960s.

Bevvy of the Week - Crested Ten Irish Whiskey

Originally a 10-year-old whiskey, Crested Ten is now a seven to nine-year-old whiskey. But the name still stands. This whiskey is a step up from the original Jameson, which is a five to seven-year-old whiskey and you can taste the difference.

The Pot Still character really comes through with aromas of spice and ginger. This is a full-bodied whiskey with flavours of spice and fruit. And there’s even a bit of sweetness in there as well.

If you like the original Jameson, then this whiskey is well worth a go. You should pick up a bottle for around €35.

Enjoy, Sláinte,

Patrick

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