Jameson Is Now Making Whiskey Infused With Cold Brew Coffee Flavor

Posted January 29, 2020 11:40 a.m. EST
Updated November 11, 2020 12:00 p.m. EST

If you’ve ever put a shot of whiskey in your iced coffee, Jameson has a new treat that’s about to make your life even simpler: Jameson Cold Brew, the same triple-distilled Irish whiskey, but with natural cold brew coffee flavor!

The new Jameson Cold Brew is in bars and liquor stores nationwide now for a limited time, but if you can’t find it near you, you can order it on It has an alcohol by volume of 30% and costs around $24.99 per bottle.

In a press release, Jameson said the new cold brew whiskey combines rich coffee flavor with the vanilla nuttiness of Jameson for a “full-bodied, smooth and warming mouthfeel, with notes of toasted oak and dark chocolate.”


A Jameson spokesperson told Simplemost the whiskey does contain the equivalent of about half an espresso shot of caffeine per serving, so you’ll probably want to avoid it as a nightcap.

If you’d rather not just drink it straight, Jameson also created a cocktail recipe that adds more cold brew coffee and simple syrup. Take a look:

Jameson Cold Brew Tini


2 parts Jameson Cold Brew
1 part cold brew coffee
0.5 parts simple syrup


Combine, shake with ice and strain into a martini glass.


If whiskey isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other coffee-infused beverages out there for you. From Jägermeister cold brew to Skyy’s cold brew coffee vodka and even cold brew-infused red wine, you will definitely be able to find something you like!

For beer-lovers, last fall saw the rollout of Blue Moon’s iced coffee blonde beer for those who enjoy the taste of coffee but are not fans of coffee-flavored dark stouts.

Pabst Blue Ribbon even introduced a “hard coffee” — a chilled alcoholic coffee beverage in a can — in select cities last year, with plans to expand availability to the rest of the U.S. in 2020, as this Instagram post announced:

Will you be trying Jameson’s new cold brew or any of these other coffee-infused drinks?

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