Ireland’s Jameson whisky sees large jump in global sales

DUBLIN, Ireland: Within Ireland, Jameson whisky’s growth in volume in 2022 has reported to have risen by 11 percent compared to the same period in 2021, as Irish distillers sees strong growth in domestic whiskey brands.

Also, in the final six months of 2022, 2.5 million cases of Jameson were sold in the US market, growing by 8 percent.

In total, 6.4 million cases of Jameson’s were sold in the second half of 2022, an increase of 11 percent over the same period in 2021.

Of note, Jameson remains the fastest-growing Irish whiskey in the world, according to Irish distillers.

In the final six months of 2022, 2.5 million cases of Jameson were sold in the United States, representing an 8 percent growth.

Jameson also saw significant growth in Europe, Asia and Africa.

Additionally, Jameson’s saw growth in Ireland, up by 11 percent compared to 2021, despite inflationary and cost-of-living pressures.

Sales of Jameson’s increased in South Africa by 21 percent, largely driven by the removal of travel restrictions following the Covid pandemic.
Additionally. worldwide retail sales were 43 percent above the same six-month period in 2022.

"Today’s results demonstrate the strength of our portfolio of Irish whiskeys. I am incredibly proud of the work of the teams, both here in Ireland and globally, who are driving the growth of Irish Distillers’ portfolio in markets around the world," said Irish Distillers Chairman and CEO, Nodjame Fouad.