The Jameson First Shot Competition is offering the public from South Africa, Russia and the US an incredible opportunity; giving them a 'first shot' in the film industry by having their short film produced by Trigger Street Productions, which includes the chance to direct a Hollywood star (Willem Dafoe and Kevin Spacey) in your short film. You couldn't ask for more from a first shot.
We at Jameson believe we have perfected the art of making smooth Irish whiskey. But when it comes to drinks, we have turned to leading bartenders from all around the world to find out about new and exciting Jameson based drinks trends. Here is a selection from Dublin to New York, from Moscow to Athens, from Paris to Cape Town. Enjoy!
Here are the latest installments of the multiple award winning "Legendary Tales of John Jameson" campaign which brings to life the tall tale surrounding John Jameson and his passion for his great tasting whiskey. John Jameson was born to a family whose motto, 'Sine Metu' ('Without Fear'), was awarded to them for their bravery in battling pirates on the high seas in the 1500's.
The Old Jameson Distillery is located on the site of the original Jameson Distillery in Dublin where you can take a Jameson whiskey tour. It tells the story of John Jameson and his world renowned smooth Irish whiskey. A visit to the Old Jameson Distillery is an unforgettable experience that will transport you back in time to the days when one of Ireland's greatest entrepreneurs, John Jameson first made the whiskey that is a legacy today.
The people of Jameson are what make it great. This playlist is dedicated to our Distillery Masters and our Master Cooper. These men do everything in their power to make sure each smooth sip you take is nothing but perfection.
The Jameson St Patrick's Live Party 2013 took place at the Academy in Dublin on St. Patrick's Day the 17th of March, featuring Bombay Bicycle Club, Jape and The Cast Of Cheers.
The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival (JDIFF) has fast become Ireland's premier feature film festival and takes place in Ireland's capital city over the course of eleven days and nights each February. JDIFF continues its commitment to celebrating film as an art form by presenting over 120 films from the four corners of the globe to the Irish Audience.