Irish Whiskey Museum, Dublin

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Located in the heart of Dublin City sitting directly across from the main entrance to Trinity College. This interactive and contemporary museum is set in a beautiful Edwardian building and depicts the rise, the fall and the current revival of Irish Whiskey across the Globe.

Our guided tours incorporate all Irish whiskey brands and focus on the wider and intriguing history of Irish Whiskey as opposed to the individual distilling process. We guarantee an educational tour, sampling some fine Irish whiskeys and a lot of fun along the way!
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  • First of all, it’s not a museum. I would call it a lecture room combined with a whiskey tasting. I learned a few interesting things about Irish whiskey. The problem is I could read this online and...  more »
  • Knowledgeable staff gives you a great overview of the history of whiskey in Ireland, as well as famous Irish distilleries. The tastings, too, give you an understanding of the subtle differences...  more »
  • I'm not a whiskey drinker..... bad bought of toilet hugging in high school has caused the smell to almost instantly trigger my gag reflex. I went for my sister. She loved it, felt the amount of tasting was worth the money and purchased several bottles afterward. I however, thoroughly enjoyed the history lesson and knowledge gained. A great experience for both drinkers and non whiskey lovers
  • I strongly recommend you check your ability fluent understanding Irish accent before you join it. I had no problem in taking other course in London. But it was quite hard time for me to understand Tony's accent in whole time. But the other people seemed to understand his explanation. If I had known Irish changes the 'i' sound to 'o' sound before taking the course, it would have been better. For example... ois sound means ice.

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