Irish Whiskey Trail

The Irish Whiskey Trail is worth investigating if you’re looking for a unique way to savor the local culture. Many travelers arrive in Ireland and seek out pub tours to taste their first Guinness and visit traditional pubs. While these are great options, an Ireland whiskey tour is a fun alternative. Irish whiskey, and particularly Jameson, is a popular drink both in Ireland and abroad. Begin your tour at the Jameson Distillery in Dublin and see where the whiskey is made.

An interest in whiskey in Ireland has led to the development of the Whiskey Trail, where you can visit attractions throughout the country and learn about whiskey. From distilleries to museums to pubs and whiskey shops, there are many places throughout the country to learn something new about the classic drink. From Locke’s Distillery in Kilbeggan to the Celtic Whiskey Shop in Dublin, there are many places of whiskey interest in Ireland.

One of the best ways to explore the Irish Whiskey Trail is independently. Rent a car and mark your map full of the best whiskey destinations in the country. Start at the Old Jameson Distillery in Dublin and continue on to the Old Bushmills Distillery north of Belfast. Continue your tour just east of Cork in the Old Midleton Distillery and finish up at the Locke’s Distillery Museum. This Ireland whiskey tour will provide a solid introduction to the history of the drink in the Emerald Isle.

If you’re looking for a tour guide, you’ll find one at each of the distilleries. The Old Jameson Distillery is particularly well known for knowledgeable guides that share their expertise about whiskey in Ireland. If you’re interested in other tours of Ireland, check out options including bike tours, coach tours, and walking tours.

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