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Cork: Jameson Experience Whiskey Tour

1. Cork: Jameson Experience Whiskey Tour

Set on 15 acres of lovely grounds, the Jameson Experience is both an education and a cultural experience as soon as you step through its doors. You will discover the largest pot still in the world, the Angels Share, and of course, the finest of Irish whiskeys. Daytime tours operate 7 days all year round, except selected dates at Christmas. The journey begins with an audiovisual presentation, followed by a 1-hour guided tour through the original distillery. Your experience ends at the Jameson Bar with a glass of Jameson, a 3-part comparison whiskey tasting, and the chance to become a "Qualified Irish Whiskey Taster." After your tour, feel free to browse the Distillery gift shop, where you will find exclusive Jameson gifts to take home, such as the Jameson Distillery Edition, a superb whiskey exclusively for sale at Midleton. Make it even more special by having your bottle personalized as a great gift or memento of your visit.

Dublin: Full-Day Tour to Cork, Cobh and Blarney Castle

2. Dublin: Full-Day Tour to Cork, Cobh and Blarney Castle

Escape the hustle and bustle of Dublin on a full-day tour south to the vibrant city of Cork. Kills the Blarney stone at Blarney Castle, admire Georgian buildings in the city center, and visit Cork Harbor to see a Victorian era train station and transatlantic terminal.   Depart by train from Heuston Station in the early morning for the InterCity service to Cork City. Upon arrival, head to Blarney Castle, where you can kiss the famous Blarney Stone and acquire the gift of eternal eloquence. Relax with some free time to shop and enjoy lunch in Blarney village. Head to Cork for a short city tour of Ireland’s southern capital, famous for its arts, music and literature scenes.  Built on the site of a 6th-century monastic settlement, the city center is full of Georgian buildings, 17th-century alleys, and dynamic new architecture. Continue your journey along Cork Harbour to Cobh, location of the Queenstown Story Heritage Center.  Set in a beautifully-restored railway station of the Victorian age, it was also the transatlantic terminal that served as the point of departure to the New World for generations of Irish emigrants, from the time of famine up to recent years. Transfer back to Cork City center to catch your return InterCity train back to Dublin, with a scheduled arrival at Heuston Station at in the evening. 

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We did the 75 minute experience and we really enjoyed it. Our guide Brian was informative, funny and looked after everyone very well, the tasting was good although I'm not usually a whiskey drinker I enjoyed it. There was a drink in the bar at the end and we had the whiskey cocktail with ginger and lime over ice and it was delicious. There was a bit of walking and one of my group can find that hard going, but it wasn't too much and she managed it fine. Overall would highly recommend it.

The history both national and specific involving the three distilleries was very interesting. Even more fun was the tasting. I think the camaraderie built with the other people on the tour as a result of the tasting was fantastic. We went to the VIP tasting and really enjoyed the experience. My wife is not a whiskey drinker and the tour guides allowed her to sit and watch the proceedings. This added to our enjoyment as a couple.

This tour was amazing. It allowed the perfect amount of time to see Blarney castle (and kiss the stone), lunch, shopping and a pint. Our tour guide Terrance was very knowledgeable and entertaining. He ensured we always knew what was happening as well as the next steps of the tour. 10/10 must do while in Dublin

Terrance was an excellent guide, he was knowledgeable, friendly and took his time the entire day with us. It was a long day, and he made it fun.

The Distillery Tour was excellent thoroughly enjoyed it and the staff were very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend this tour.