Irish Whiskey Tour

Irish Whiskey Tour

from 7.50

Embark on a journey through time in a historic setting, as the intriguing tale of Irish whiskey is revealed. Learn about its rise to glory, its dramatic fall, and of course, its current revival.

Experience a story never told before in such a unique setting, during an hour-long interactive experience.

Daily guided tours unveil the humble beginnings of Irish whiskey, when a foul tasting liquid was used to ease the woes of a troubled and poor nation. Known originally in Gaelic as uisca beatha, over time it was translated to whiskey, and then to whiskey, as it is known today.

Enjoy listening to entertaining storytellers as they take you through the magical tale. At the end of the tour there’s a generous whiskey tasting led by experienced master whiskey tasters, giving you the opportunity to sample a range of excellent Irish whiskeys and learn the subtle differences between them, discovering the unique flavours locked inside.

Provider: John Fair.

Location (see map below): 119 Grafton Street, Dublin 2.

Duration: 60 minutes.

Availability: Tours are scheduled every 20–30 minutes (depending on the season).

Requirements: Booking in advance is not required, but is recommended.

Restrictions: None.

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Discover the intriguing tale of Irish whiskey as entertaining storytellers unveil its origins, rise to glory, dramatic downfall, and current revival. At the end of the tour you’ll enjoy a whiskey tasting session with a master whiskey taster.

What's Included:
• English-speaking tour guide (other languages available for large groups on request)
• Tour of 4 unique rooms depicting the history of Irish whiskey
• Master whiskey tasting session

Good to Know:
Tours are scheduled every 20–30 minutes (depending on the season). Booking in advance is not required, but is recommended.