whiskey tourism

Inside the Teeling Whiskey Distillery (Dublin)

2019-08-22

Second malted stop of my recent Irish trip, Teeling Whiskey in Dublin (Liberties) ! It was probably my most-awaited visit of this whole trip (if you’ve been wandering around this blog for a long time, you know I have a soft spot for their liquid creations…) and the distillery didn’t disappoint !   What I particularly enjoy with Teeling is their cool vibe and spirit …

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Visiting the Midleton Distillery (Jameson Experience)

2019-08-18

If you’re following my spirited adventures on Instagram (@thewhiskylady, come join us!), you probably already know I recently spent a week on the wonderful Emerald Isle, a country (divided in two) that I actually didn’t know much (maybe spending too much time in Scotland 😉 #SorryNotSorry). Anyway, even though this trip wasn’t supposed to be whisky-related, I couldn’t resist visiting a few distilleries along the …

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Where to enjoy a good dram in Dublin

2017-04-17

If you’re into whisk(e)y, there are great chances you would have either already visited Ireland’s capital city in the past or been planning a visit (especially now that you can visit the brand new Jameson Distillery visitor centre and Teeling, which wasn’t opened last time I stepped foot in Dublin…)  – So where can you quench your whiskey thrist after a long day walking the …

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In Pictures: Touring Kings County Distillery (NYC)

2017-01-06

Kings County Distillery is New York City’s oldest operating whiskey distillery, the first since prohibition. Founded in 2010, the distillery produces handmade moonshine, bourbon, and other whiskeys out of the 117-year-old Paymaster Building in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.  While on his American adventure, I sent my devoted boyfriend (xoxo) to visit this rather recent distillery (and if you’re wondering why I couldn’t make it, just bare in mind you …

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