I’m going to be quite obtuse during this review and the next one. The reason for that I can’t go into. Let’s just say: Always have some extra cash put aside in case of emergencies on a trip.
So: What makes Jameson Gold Reserve so special? We use gold to denote the better things in life. It draws people in, gives us an idea about them, and generally has its bonuses (good conductivity, great light refraction) and its downsides (attracts theives, isn’t that strong).
So is there gold in Jameson Gold Reserve? No, not at all. That’s a different drink. Grow up.
What it does have is a much higher amount of Pure Pot stills than normal (two Pure Pots and 1 grain). They also use Virgin oak casks in addition to the usual Bourbon and Sherry casks. Not to mention they also use the ‘finest grade ‘A’ casks’…
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