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Irish Distillers - Jameson, Powers, Paddy, Redbreast and Midleton Very Rare whiskeys
Bushmills - Original Bushmills, Black Bush and Bushmills Malt whiskeys
Cooleys - Kilbeggan, Connemara, Tyrconnell, Lockes, Michael Collins and Greenore whiskeys
C&C - Tullamore Dew whiskey
Castle Brands - Knappogue Castle and Clontarf Whiskeys
The Irishman - The Irishman Whiskey and Hot Irishman Irish Coffee
FDC - Feckin Irish Whiskey
Celtic Whiskey Shop - The most extensive collection of Irish Whiskey available in Ireland
The art of distilling in Ireland goes back over 1500 years and is steeped in history and tradition. It is thought Irish monks travelling back from the Far East may have brought the art of distilling with them as far back as the 6th century. Ireland's temperate climate and unspoilt countryside are perfect for the natural ingredients perfect to good whiskey - golden barley and pure water. Tradition plays a large part in whiskey distilling in Ireland and some of its features are unique. If you cannot make it to one of our Tastings to find out for yourself what makes our Whiskey so good, we invite you to check out some of the links below which will give you lots of additional information regarding Irish Whiskey. If you have any specific questions, please feel free to contact us by email and we will endeavour to answer you.
If you have an Irish Whiskey related website and would like to be included on the list below, please make contact with us and we will be happy to include you.
Ireland - Whiskey Brands
Ireland - Distilleries and Visitor Centres
By law Persons under 18 Years of Age cannot partake in these Irish Whiskey Tastings.
Old Midleton Distillery - Midleton, Co. Cork
Old Bushmills Distillery - Bushmills, Co. Antrim
Locke's Distillery Museum - Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath
Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre - Tullamore, Co. Offaly