Adding a new spin on an already iconic spirit, this latest release from Jameson Whiskey is cask-aged to add an interesting finish.
Jameson 'Caskmates' is the immensely popular Jameson 'Original' triple distilled whiskey that's been seasoned and aged in oak barrels used for storing Irish stout beer. Available for only a limited time, this experimental Irish whiskey takes on dessert-themed flavor notes of cocoa and roast coffee typical to Irish stout. The cask-aged whiskey also gives of a complex aroma of mown hay, crisp fruit, green tea and even milk chocolate.
Adding to the drink's complexity, the finishing aftertaste returns to milk chocolate with hints of sweet but subtle butterscotch. The end result is a collaborative spirit that retains the tradition of the original but adds a subtle twist.
This New Release from Jameson Was Aged in Irish Stout Oak Casks
1. Cask-aged Whiskeys - Whiskey brands are experimenting with cask-aging in unique barrels to introduce new flavor notes like dessert-themed flavors, to their traditional spirits.
2. Collaborative Spirits - Collaboration between whiskey brands and brewers can lead to innovative cask-aged whiskeys that reflect unique traditional flavors.
3. Limited Edition Spirits - Whiskey brands are releasing limited edition cask-aged spirits that attract the attention of whiskey connoisseurs and enthusiasts.
1. Food and Beverage - The food and beverage industry can leverage cask-aged spirits to create unique flavor profiles in desserts, pastries and other food items.
2. Alcohol - The alcohol industry can explore cask-aging spirits as an opportunity to enter niche markets and introduce innovative products characterized by unique flavors.
3. Hospitality - The hospitality industry can market limited edition cask-aged spirits as an opportunity to provide customers with a unique experience and capitalize on the trend of whiskey customization.