What could be better than enjoying Irish whiskey in Dublin's great whiskey bars? Soak up the local flavour with a bespoke whiskey experience in Ireland's capital city with your very own whiskey expert. Sip five different styles of Irish whiskey ranging from Dublin’s own Teeling whiskey to Green Spot - one of Dublin's best kept whiskey secrets. We share the knowledge to answer the questions - Who invented whiskey? What is the difference between Irish & Scotch? How do you make whiskey? Our tours are kept small in size so everyone gets to enjoy feeling part of a special Dublin experience. We only use premium Irish whiskey - so no burning sensation or bad taste left in your mouth. Our bars are situated close to each other so you stay dry and warm in Dublin’s famous wet weather - this is not a walking tour or pub crawl.
Hi, we are a team of whiskey experts who love what we do. Our team is Andrew, Brona & Justine. We are all Dublin tour guides and lovers of Dublin food culture & Irish whiskey. We all have a vast knowledge of Irish whiskey and Dublin city and we can show you all the secrets on how to enjoy Irish whiskey like a local. We love this city and its character and we want to share that with visitors to our shores. We want to show you the best of Irish whiskey and Irish food while relaxing in great bars telling you stories that we love to share. #mydublinwhiskey
You will taste 5 Irish Whiskeys which will include Jameson Caskmates, Writers Tears, Teeling, Green Spot & Knappogue 12.
Settle into a private booth at the Dingle Whiskey Bar & start your whiskey experience with a premium whiskey aged in stout barrels. When you have enjoyed three great Irish whiskeys it is time to visit Bowes Lounge - voted the best whiskey bar in Ireland. Just up the road is the famous Palace Bar where you will taste whiskey inspired by Dublin city & hear stories hear tales of fire, fraud &bootlegging across the centuries.
A desire to learn and have fun
Our visits are all around the city center of Dublin so we will only be walking short distances between bars. As this is Ireland I would suggest being prepared for sun or showers.
Explore Ireland's whiskey traditions