History of Irish Whiskey Jameson Advert

150.00

Unusual advertising print -History of Irish Whiskey -featuring a cartoon type character and a bottle of Jameson Whiskey(Cooper’s Croze).

48cm x 60cm  Kilmallock Co Limerick

Named in honour of Jameson’s Master Cooper, Ger Buckley. The aim of this whiskey is to showcase the diversity of the barrels used at Jameson and the influence of the oak on the whiskey. Fittingly this is aged in a variety of barrels including ex-Bourbon, ex-Sherry and some virgin oak barrels.

According to Irish Distillers: ‘The Cooper’s Croze is a carefully crafted whiskey that effortlessly carries vanilla sweetness, rich fruit flavours, floral and spice notes and the undeniable influence of oak. You can take whiskey out of wood but you can never take the wood out of whiskey.’

Origins:Kilmaley Co Clare    Dimensions :       Glazed

Description

Additional information

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 70 × 80 × 10 cm