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Since John Jameson's brave first steps into this building in 1780, we've been focused on his ambition to create unforgettable experiences (along with great whiskey, of course). The new look Jameson Distillery Bow St. carries on this ambition through...more
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Our family visited the Jameson Distillery and it was a great experience. We have 3 boys (11 and under) and they all loved the tour. I received a ginger ale at the end of the tour which they loved. Niall our host/leader was amazing. Passionate...More
well first we bought ticket for a tour in french then then guy was speaking only in english lucky i was translating what i could to my family as the guide was speaking so fast and i live here for 15 years .then 22 euro...More
I took my two friends to jameson last Saturday and it completely exceeded my expectations, the tour itself was so interesting and led by an amazing girl called aoife, she was so helpful and funny and was able to answer any question thrown at her,...More
We absolutely loved our tour at Jameson Distillery. Got to learn about how whsikey is made, the history of Jameson and how to taste different flavours. Kayleigh was witty and full of energy, which really made the experience so enjoyable. 1000% recommend to anyone visiting...More
First barrier is a security guard stating that no carry on baggage can enter the bar. Second barrier miserable receptionist sends you down to a basement cash only locker. €6! No voucher! This wealthy business then charges €42 for 4 whiskeys when a litre in...More
I was disappointed when to find it's not actually a working distillery (for quite some time now) but I still enjoyed the visit. It's more of an audio visual experience with a tour guide rather than a museum where you can take your time looking...More
Another great informative, historical and highly entertaining tour of what was once the biggest distillery in Ireland (now in Midleton). The presentation and tasting was delivered by Christopher, whose theatrical delivery managed to make the entire tour both interesting and humorous, he has a great...More
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Its offseason , we just walked in last week bought tickets and they added us to the next tour in 15 minutes. only about 5 had pre-booked the tour. This goes the same for Guinness and Teeling. Teeling was a good tour as its a... More
Its offseason , we just walked in last week bought tickets and they added us to the next tour in 15 minutes. only about 5 had pre-booked the tour. This goes the same for Guinness and Teeling. Teeling was a good tour as its a working distillery.
I have no idea, but unless you’re buying something exclusive to the distillery most blends are available at the airport in the duty free, unless you buy one of the ones that you can get your name personalized or a special... More
I have no idea, but unless you’re buying something exclusive to the distillery most blends are available at the airport in the duty free, unless you buy one of the ones that you can get your name personalized or a special blend only available at the store there.