Whisky "Green Spot" Irish Whiskey, gift tube, 0.7 L
- Barrel aging:
Whiskey light golden color.
Strong, round, sweet taste whiskey develops fairly dry and spicy mint notes. In the long aftertaste differ warm bread tone.
In the sweet aroma of whiskey felt herbal notes of clover, black currant leaf, mown grass and mint.
Whisky is great as a digestif, goes well with a cigar.
Irish Whiskey "Green Spot" made famous by John Jameson & Sons at the winery Midleton, located in the town of Cork, for merchant Mitchell & Son. Whisky is classified as "pure pot still", that is made on the basis of malted barley. Previously especially prized "Pat Whiskey" from the category of "pure pot still", which, thanks to the high reputation of the pure product was recommended even for medical purposes. Now "Pat Whiskey" is made under a different name - "Green Spot". Whiskey is aged in the cellars for 7-8 years in barrels of bourbon or sherry, under the influence of drink which becomes sweet, spicy flavor.
Irish whiskey under the name Jameson is the softest in the world, due to its innovative approach to the creation of the company's founder John Jameson. In contrast to the Scots who were never afraid to experiment in the production of whiskey, the Irish have always tried to follow the old traditions in the manufacturing process of the national drink. But generic Jameson family motto - "Without fear" ("Sine Metu") - literally obliged to depart from tradition, thus was born the wonderful temples of impeccable quality, which is the "Jameson". Currently, he holds the first place in the world, among other Irish whiskey. This peak the company managed to achieve at the end of the XIX century, but today whiskey "Jameson" confidently holds the leading position.
Whiskey "Green Spot" is made on Distillery Midleton, which in 1868 became part of the company's Cork Distilleries, a hundred years later there was a new merger - now Irish Distillers Group. Currently owned distillery Middleton Association Distillas Irish (Irish Distillers) and is a major center for the production of whiskey in Ireland.