Thanks, I am going to search for that Jameson 18!..
I have tasted Midleton Very Rare, and it's fine - I mean too fine, too delicate! Hm, and rather expensive.
Jameson Standard, IMHO, requires too much cuddling before it gives away any aroma. But when it does, you can feel a hint of the blackcurrant (Redbrfeast!) and even roasted pecans - not always, though. Jameson 12 combines hardness of its Standard buddy and fragrancy/flavour of Redbreast. Serious and elegant... I liked Powers Millenium for its long finish of dried apricots. Same with Powers Gold (I could not tell the difference comparing them). And I wanted to say a couple of words about Murphys I was introduced to recently. It reminded me Paddy at first sight... eh, first sip - as careless and airy - but when I warmed it up in my hands for a couple of minutes, Cinderella turned a Princess: flowery nose with a hint of sherry, smooth and round body, nutty and malty palate (may be a little too sweet), and dry and delicate aftertaste! Good stuff.