Sip Me I'm Irish

In 1780, John Jameson established a way of making Irish whiskey that they’ve been proudly sticking to ever since. Jameson Irish Whiskey is made by blending rich pot still whiskey made from both malted and unmalted barley, with the finest grain whiskey, both distilled 3 times for smoothness.

What allows Irish Whiskey to call itself Irish Whiskey? Well, a pretty stringent law that states that a spirit must spend a minimum of three years maturing on the island of Ireland, to be lucky enough to be able to call itself Irish.
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