- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- The Whiskey Makers Series
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- by Head Cooper Ger Buckley
- Bottle code
- Added on
- 14 May 2016 7:49 pm by holborndrinker
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Whisky Reviews for Jameson The Cooper's Croze
10 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.36 points
- More complex than the Distiller’s Safe, but it had just a tad too much wood in my book to warrant a higher score.
The nose immediately offers sweet and sour notes of dried, tropical fruit and Turkish Delight, but also toffee and vanilla. Something that reminds me of Maggi Mix. Loads of woodspices and some earthy notes. Nicely layered nose, I have to say.
I could have done with a bit more body, in all honesty. Next to the dried fruits I also get some creamy oak, loads of spices and maple syrup. Raisins, mango and even litchi. Sweet and spicy with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and black pepper. Midpalate it turns quite dry.
This makes for a medium long finish that is equally sweet and drying.
- Enjoyable and intensely flavored, as if artificially so.
Butterscotch, marzipan, caramel, vanilla, crisp and refreshing, apples, lemon meringue, lemon citrus.
Medium body. Very sweet, butterscotch, cake frosting.
Sweet, turning dry and oaky, astringent.
- Can something as an experiment, quite drinkable, unfortunately, here too much behind the nose hanging, otherwise there would be more in it!
Like all three of the series very reserved, vanilla, some cinnamon and probably. Apricot and bright apple
Nice creamy in the mouth, red apple, malt, cherry pits, not too young oak, clover, minerals, herbal honey, apple peel
Red apple, caramel, sour-dry, medium-long
- very nice surprise, which does not pay mine, but which ensures remarkably, a good discovery
vanilla very sweet and fruity, a nice woody pretty strong
very sweet, on vanilla, characteristic bourbon scent, but sweeter, sweeter and delicate woody aromas
average, ie rather long for an entry-level product, on the same scents
- More complex than the Distiller's Safe, also fruity but also flowery, toasty, very pleasant. On the palate, more spicy and chocolatey. Ultra soft and drinkable, final a little short, like the other. The best of the three according to me.
- Aroma: Bourbon vanilla has floral notes with a hint of oak.
Taste: Custard with fruit compote from plums and cherries with a little cinnamon and a slightly tart cocoa note. Dry oak.
Resonance: medium and spicy.