Jameson Distillery Bow St. Reviews; Dublin, Ireland
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Jameson Distillery Bow St.

Jameson Distillery Bow St. Review

On a recent trip to Dublin, we decided to visit the Jameson Distillery to turn our hand at a blending class. The distillery is perfectly located on Bow Street in Dublin, making it easily accessible to those staying in the local area, as we were. During our visit, we took part in the Whiskey Makers Experience, which gave us the opportunity to blend our own whiskey using all of the Jameson elements.

The entire experience offered three different parts. First we were given a whiskey master class and had the opportunity to sample and compare Jameson Original with three Jameson premium blends from their ‘Whiskey Makers Series’. During this we learned how to deconstruct the different ingredients in the whiskey and the different flavours, which formed the second part of the experience. Finally, we were able to blend our very own whiskey which we were delighted to be able to take home with us. We were also able to visit the Live Maturation Warehouse, which happens to be the only one in Dublin, where we sampled whiskey straight from the cask.

“The staff are friendly and knowledgeable and they’re not shy with their samples, making this a must-try for all whiskey lovers.”

The content of our experience was fantastic, and we thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. The blending class is held in its own private bar area with a maximum of 16 bar stools, making it an intimate and focussed experience. A lot of thought has clearly gone into it and it was especially interesting to learn about the craft and the history from the knowledgeable Jameson Ambassador.

The Jameson Distillery also offers tours of the distillery should this be more your thing, which we understand is a very interesting trip. We should also make you aware of their whiskey cocktail making classes.

Overall we were impressed with our visit to the Jameson Distillery, and only wish we had longer to experience all it had to offer. We can thoroughly recommend it as a must visit during a trip to Dublin and we would certainly return for another tour. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable and they’re not shy with their samples, making this a must-try for all whiskey lovers. We have certainly gained new found level of respect for this wondrous drink and will enjoy sharing our own blended creations.

Photos courtesy of Jameson Distillery Bow St.
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