Paint the town green this St Patrick’s Day with a Special Tour of Teeling Whiskey Distillery
To mark St. Patrick’s Day, Teeling Whiskey have created an offer of a special tour of their award-winning Distillery in the heart of Dublin City!
Experience the sights, sounds, and smells of a fully operational distillery followed by a tasting of their award-winning Trinity range of Irish Whiskeys and to top it all off, a toast to St. Patrick with a handcrafted Irish Coffee made the Dublin Way, which you will learn how to make.
This special tour & masterclass will be running at 12pm on Thursday the 16th, Friday the 17th and Sunday the 19th of March. Tickets are €30 per person and subject to T&C’s.
The Teeling Whiskey Distillery in the heart of Dublin’s historic Newmarket has long been a popular visitor attraction, having welcomed over a half million visitors since opening in 2015 and recently unveiled a number of upgrades to enhance the storytelling and overall visitor experience at the Distillery. A visit to Teeling Whiskey Distillery is a feast for all the senses, with an engaging and educational tour that makes the most of being cleverly interwoven with the experience of a hard working distillery. Visitors can now even nose the award winning ‘Teeling Small Batch Whiskey’ straight from the barrel in the Maturation Space.
Visitors can now opt to join a guided tour of the fully operational distillery and get to see a real working whiskey distillery through all aspects of production, while hearing the tour details in their own language, on their own phone through our new international language app. Featured languages on this new language app include French, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch and Mandarin. This was a first for an Irish distillery and adds to the existing option of booking a guided tour ‘as gaelige’ with an Irish speaking tour guide.
To find out more information on the Teeling Whiskey Distillery, tastings and the online distillery shop where you can buy Distillery Exclusive offerings, visit www.teelingdistillery.com
Slán go fóill.