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Irish Whiskey Museum

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Irish Whiskey Museum

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119 Grafton Street, Dublin D02 E620 Ireland
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Młode Kubki Smakowe wrote a review Aug 2020
Wroclaw, Poland8 contributions1 helpful vote
Very good experience, our tour guy was very passionate and gave the passion to us! Very good experience in Dublin.
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Nick Tucker wrote a review Aug 2020
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The whiskeys were fantastic and the employees were swell! Chaniece (our tour guide) was knowledgeable and well-rehearsed but personable. The venue is also very aesthetically pleasing, and the gift shop had a swell selection of cute little whiskey bottles. I stand by all of this so much that this is actually more than a year after my visit, and I still felt I should finally write a positive review when I found the business card just now while cleaning :)
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Natalie wrote a review Aug 2020
Lumberton, New Jersey2 contributions
My husband and I got to the museum about an hour earlier than our scheduled time. While we waited, we wandered around their cool souvenir shop and had a cocktail at the bar. There was a tour guide available and we were offered to move our tour to the earlier time. A chance for just the two of us to have a personal tour rather than being with a large group of people? Why not! Yes please! Our tour guide was Fionn. He was very knowledgeable of whiskey history, and he was patient with us and our few stupid jokes. He was kind and led us through the museum at the perfect pace. At the end, during the tasting (we did the Premium one, 4 whiskeys instead of 3 with a souvenir Glencairn whiskey glass), he was very helpful in aiding us identifying our palate preferences and gave us brand recommendations. This museum does not get extra $$ for recommending or offering specific whiskeys, unlike some other tastings/museums, so we feel we got an honest recommendation. I'm not a huge straight-alcohol fan, and I'm new to whiskeys, so we originally booked this tour for my husband and the history, but we left with a smile on our faces, a warm belly from the whiskey, a new understanding of whiskey and Irish history, and a new perspective of the buildings in the city. We HIGHLY recommend this museum and their tours, and Fionn in specific (although every employee we interacted with, both at the souvenir shop and the bar were wonderful.) If and when we go back to Dublin, we will be making a stop here again.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Eliza wrote a review Aug 2020
Munich, Germany51 contributions4 helpful votes
Our tour guide was a theatrical gem, and the whole experience was fantastic. Way beeter than going to a single distillery and hearing a one-sided view. Delicious tasting too!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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George2812 wrote a review Aug 2020
Athens, Greece160 contributions23 helpful votes
Excellent museum which makes you understand that Whiskey is science , explaining you all the factors and parameters to produce the proper whiskey depending on you wills. Even for me that i do not drink alcohol it was very interesting. You should definitely visit it!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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