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    Old Jameson Distillery Irish Whiskey Trail

    A temple of Irish whiskey since 1780, the Old Jameson Distillery has stayed standing through rivalries, recessions, prohibitions and civil wars. The OJD experience invites visitors to explore the storied history behind Ireland’s most famous whiskey in an original building of John Jameson’s once-sprawling headquarters. As well as delving in read more

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    The Irish Whiskey Collection

    The Irish Whiskey Collection is Dublin Airport’s Award winning* Whiskey Store. Located in both Terminal 1 & Terminal 2, the Special Concept store is home to more than 100 different Irish Whiskeys including some Travel Retail Exclusives. The store is a main feature in ARI’s Duty Free Store where Scotch, read more

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    Irish Whiskey Museum

    ​The Irish Whiskey Museum is independent of the drinks industry, therefore we are able to offer different whiskeys in our tasting. While being separate from any particular brand of whiskey, we have developed relationships with several distilleries. We have also been endorsed by companies such as Diageo, Pernod Ricard, Bushmills, read more

  • The Echlinville Distillery

    The Echlinville Distillery in County Down is the first licensed whiskey distillery in Northern Ireland in over 125 years. We love showing off our new distillery and meeting people from around the world who share our devotion to quality spirits. We have a range of visitor experiences on offer, including read more

  • Thomas Connolly Sligo

    Thomas Connolly’s pub was first licensed in 1861. As Sligo’s Oldest pub , there was once a grocer’s shop at one end of the pub – now gone – popular for making sugar, selling tea and bottling whiskey. As part of the Irish Whiskey trail we want to continue the read more

  • Glendalough Distillery

    Ireland’s first craft distillery does not have a visitor offering at the moment but there are plans to introduce a whiskey tourism offering in 2017. We will publish details here on the Irish Whiskey Trail when available later this year

  • West Cork Distillers

    Preserving the fine craft of traditional Irish Whiskey, West Cork Distillers is dedicated to producing the highest quality Irish Whiskies using local products and artisanal techniques. Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Ireland by West Cork Distillers, LLC. Imported by M.S. Walker, Inc. Somerville, MA. 35-40% Alc/Vol. PLEASE ENJOY RESPONSIBLY

  • Walsh Whiskey Distillery, Royal Oak

    The Walsh Whiskey Distillery at Royal Oak in County Carlow is dedicated to the production of premium handcrafted Irish whiskeys. Located in Ireland’s Ancient East region, it is one of the largest independent whiskey distilleries in the country and the first to be developed in Carlow in over 200 years. read more

  • Jameson Visitor Experience Midleton Distillery

    The Jameson Visitor Experience in Midleton Distillery and Irish Whiskey Academy are closed for renovation and redevelopment until March 2017. The Jameson Visitor Centre in Dublin has a separate listing on the Irish Whiskey Trail at http://dublinwhiskeytrail.ie/listings/ireland/dublin-9/dublin-city/whiskey-tastings-2/old-jameson-distillery/. You can also read a report by Irish Whiskey Writer Stuart McNamara of read more