Jameson's Bow Street 1963 Cadenhead's 27 Year Old 75cl / 150th Anniversary
Mis-spelled on the label at "Jamieson's," this is an Irish whiskey from the Jameson Bow Street distillery.
This was distilled in 1963, just three years before the amalgamation of Jameson with fellow Dublin firm, Powers, and Cork Distillers to form the Irish Distillers group. Part of the plan for this new company was to consolidate all distilling operations at a new distillery in Midleton, adjacent to Cork Distillers' Old Midleton. This site opened in 1975, with Bow Street closing in preparation for it in 1971. It has developed a legendary status in Irish history since.
This was bottled in 1991 as a commemoration for the 150th anniversary of Wm. Cadenhead, which would be marked the following year.
This and a number of releases from other closed distilleries are the first incarnations of Cadenhead's Authentic Collection, now its flagship brand.
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