Jameson launches cocktail programme for bartenders

22 October, 2014

Jameson has unveiled Jameson Barrel Aged Cocktails, a programme to encourage bartenders to broaden their understanding of cocktail making and Irish whiskey. 

Developed in conjunction with London bartender, Myles Davies, two London bartenders will get a chance to take part in the programme before launching internationally.

Myles Davies, group bars manager for Hix Restaurants, said: “Working with Jameson on the Barrel Aged Cocktails programme has provided me with first-class tools to explore Irish whiskey and experiment with ageing cocktails. I’ve certainly acquired invaluable experience as I look to create innovative drinks menus for Mark’s Bars across London.

“My journey with Jameson has given me the knowledge and confidence to mix Irish whiskey with a passion and I look forward to mentoring two of my peers in the art of barrel ageing in the coming months,” said Davies.





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