Visit the original Bow Street distillery in Dublin, and learn the story, process and taste of Jameson over 40 minutes; Gain a greater appreciation of whiskey production (and consumption) on your informative tour; Enjoy a comparative tasting, so you can learn the differences between Scotch, American and Irish whiskies and a complimentary drink in JJ’s Bar.

If you are a whiskey lover then a trip to the Bow Street Distillery is a must for you! If you aren’t a whiskey lover then it is still a great chance for you to learn more about the heritage of Dublin and the most famous export Ireland has to offer. Despite the fact that the distilling process is no longer done onsite , we would still recommend paying a visit here to learn the how and why of whiskey and sample some of the infamous liquid.

With this ticket you can immerse yourself in this 40-minute guided tour that will make you appreciate all things Jameson, from production to history. At the end of this tour you can enjoy a comparative tasting to understand the main differences in taste between American bourbon , Irish whiskey and Scotch whiskey . Also included in this amazing tour is a Jameson Whiskey Tasting Certificate that you can show off to your friends and family when you pour them their next round at dinnertime.

Once you have completed your comparative tasting, you are welcome to indulge in a complimentary glass of Jameson neat, “on the rocks” or however you prefer. There is also an in-house bar called JJ’s where you are welcome to relax and take in the experience.

Jameson Distillery, Bow St. Bow Street, Dublin

Opening times
Mon to Fri    10:00am – 5:30pm
Sat & Sun    10:00am – 7:00pm

How to book?
Go to their website HERE

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