Jameson Original Irish Whiskey

This iconic Irish whiskey is triple distilled using techniques that date back to 1740, before being aged for a minimum of four years in a combination of ex-sherry and ex-bourbon casks.

You’d be hard-pressed to find a more iconic name in the Irish whiskey world than “Jameson.” The Jameson tradition dates all the way back to 1740, when John Jameson was born into a family whose motto, “Sine Metu” (“Without Fear”), was earned through the family’s courage in fighting pirates on the high seas during the 1500s.

John Jameson himself was a living embodiment of Sine Metu, and his ancestors’ bravery inspired in John a boldness that led him not only to open his own distillery in the latter 18th century, but also to pioneer the technique of triple-distilling whiskey — now the gold standard in the Irish whiskey industry. John Jameson lived to be 83 — an impressive feat for someone born in the 18th century — and his descendants John II, John III and John IV all honored his legacy by leading the distillery well into the 20th century.

Jameson Irish Whisky is crafted from a mash of malted and unmalted barley that is triple-distilled — just as it was by John Jameson himself