Jameson Cold Brew Set To Refresh Irish Whiskey And Coffee (Jameson)

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  1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    I’d be willing to try some right now, just to see what all the fuss is about.
    I think it’s badly named, though.

  2. Janet, I ate my avatar

    whiskey and coffee the two drinks that bring out the peaceful easy going side of a chap/ette

    1. Martco

      oh I dunno….I’ve seen people do strange things on the whiskey

      personally always found Jameson a little harsh, adding coffee would hide it a bit so that idea could be an improvement

      1. MaryLou's ArmaLite

        The standard Jameson is a little rough, the aged ones are quite smooth. I find Redbreast 12, to be one of the best value Irish whiskeys

  3. Dhod

    I read a thing once and it claimed that fair trade coffee was generally rubbish quality. The reason: no matter how poor quality the coffee beans were, the farmers were guaranteed a minimum price. There was no incentive to produce a premium product any more

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      I heard it was because they get rubbish land so the crops don’t grow well.
      It’s generally true, though. Fair Trade tea/coffee isn’t great.

    2. BobbyJ

      Yes, we must keep the developing world in a constant state of servitude to ensure that they are incentivized to produce a premium coffee product to my liking

  4. Papi

    I’d be very much insistent that it’s cheaper than a bottle of hooch, cos it’s not, is it? If the ratio is half and half, I expect a smaller price tag. Anyone ever salt their vodka? Tis mighty.

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Is it a liqueur? I’m not even sure what a liqueur is, exactly. Flavoured spirit? Dunno.
      I guess it depends on its strength.

      1. Papi

        Ya see? These are the issues! Where’s the government now, I ask ya?
        Home made is best anyway, you get to have the heavy hand.

      2. The Old Boy

        A liqueur is any spirit that is flavoured and usually sugared. They can be a great range of strengths, from the luncheon-friendly Aperol at a meagre 11%, the more standard 25% of Crème de Menthe, on to spirit-strength offerings such as Cointreau at 40%, and Chartreuse at 55%.

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Oh, I’m fond of a dash of green chartreuse. I didn’t know it was that strong: no wonder it puts a pep in my step. Have you tried Izarra? Yum.

      1. Papi

        But how much of that is coffee? 35% is grand, but if you’re actually only getting a naggin of 35%, that’s a bit pish.
        I am such a hobo, am’nt I? Crème de meths, now that’s a drink.

        1. edalicious

          I’m not sure I understand you but normal Jemmy is 40% so, to have a guess, I’d imagine it’s 7:1 ratio of Jameson to whatever coffee stuff they’ve added to it.

          1. Papi

            Yes. the ratio is what I mean. If it was 7:1, fill your boots, but if it was 4:4, I’d be feeling a bit cheated. As mentioned, I’m a mere a step above hobo, so this is important to me.

    1. Papi

      For 41 euros a bottle, the bit that isn’t whiskey better be ready to make the dinner too. And put out.

    2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      There used to be a drink, was it by Carolan’s?, where you had a cream liqueur on one side of the bottle and a black on the other so you could make your own baby guinness. Is that still around?

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