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    new kinds of wiskey

    To all my wiskey drinkers, as i was looking for a jamerson t-shirt as a birthday present to myself, i found out that they have this new (to me) "cocktails" blens like the pic down below. as anybody have them before, what are they like? do you recommend them? let me know Click image for larger version. 

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    Hoc Majorum Virtus ( This is the valour of my ancestors)

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    I've had the Stout edition and I like it. Of course I like Guinness too so that might have something to do with it. The other is a hard pass. I just don't like coffee and to ruin a good beverage with it...Nope.
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    'Discovered the Jameson's Stout edition a year or so ago and now keep some on hand.

    Quite tasty, neat.

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    I enjoy the stout and the IPA editions, but the cold brew wasn't all that good.

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    Personally, I prefer my Jameson and Guinness in separate glasses. Not only do you get the full flavour of both, but you get a whole pint of Guinness!
    Last edited by imrichmond; 28th January 21 at 01:58 PM.

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    The Jameson Stout Edition , Proper Twelve, Black Bush and Red Breast all fine Irish whiskey. I have yet to find one that was nasty all very mild and smooth.
    Piping Is Life!....The rest doesn't matter.

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