Any help would be appreciated.
Aidan wrote:You could go for Jameson 18. I think it might be around that price range, and it's very good. The Jameson 12 is nearly as good, and is much cheaper. You'd have to like the sherry influency, though.
Then there's the Redbreast 12, which is also wonderful
I'd get the readbreast, because it's single malt, and it has more emotional valure I guess...
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Certainly you wouldn't have to look too far to find this in a pub if you've not tried it, and the standard jameson 's is everywhere...
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However the Redbreat & Jamie 12 yo are not a bad bottles either so you could go for a Redbreast/Jamie 12yo & maybe a bottle of Knappogue or Bushmills 10yo or blackbush and 2 bottles would probably cost you circa $70.00 ... so better value twice the impact.
I would recomend Redbreast or Jameson 12yo for taste and the Knappogue for a nice easy drinking single malt Irish but also a nice looking bottle.
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