This week our Irish Whiskey News features articles on Boann Distillery and Whiskey & Wealth Club cask offer and how 3 Dublin Whiskey attractions are top of the list on Tripadvisor.
So let’s see what’s happening this week in our Irish whiskey news.
Boann Distillery welcomed whiskey investors from all over the world last Saturday to their state of the art whiskey distillery in Co. Westmeath, for a once in a lifetime Irish whiskey offer. They have teamed up with Whiskey & Wealth Club to let people invest in casks of Irish whiskey. Eager investors have the option of buying Single Malt or Single Pot Still direct from the distillery at wholesale prices.
This is the first time that anyone has been able to invest in Irish whiskey in this way and opens up the market to many interesting investment options. Boann distillery just welcomed Micheal Walsh formerly of Dingle Distillery to their distilling team and they will be ready to start distilling in late autumn.
Dublin has many amazing attractions but according to Tripadvisor – 3 of the best are Irish Whiskey attractions. Out of 11 attractions reviewed 3 were whiskey attractions. Let’s start at number 6 and see why they were picked.
Teeling Whiskey Distillery – No.6 on the list
Whiskey fans have a choice of distilleries visit in the city these days, but that’s a very recent development. In 2015, Teeling was the first new distillery to open in the city for 125 years. A working plant in the heart of the Liberties, it’s a real insight into small-scale production in the 21 century.
Jameson Distillery – No.2 on the list
Jameson’s production moved to Midleton in Cork during the 1970s, but the Bow Street distillery in Smithfield remains as a visitor centre. You can learn about the history of the company, how whiskey is distilled and then enjoy a tasting session that lets you compare Jameson with its Scotch and bourbon rivals
Irish Whiskey Museum – No.1 on the list
Top of the pops is another destination for whiskey lovers. As we’ve seen, the city has a number of distilleries to choose from, but the Irish Whiskey Museum is an independent, one-stop-shop for anyone who enjoys a tipple. Learn all about uisce beatha and its place in Irish history, and round it off with a tantalising tasting session that lets you compare several different brands.
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