whiskytime wrote:Always good news when it's about a new distillery opening (or possibility of). I'm embarrassed to say, I've never tried any Tullamore Dew...is it any good? I see it on the shelves but for some reason, always pass it by. I think it's that dorky ceramic bottle that turns me off their product line.
Just read this on their website: William Grant & Sons, the owners of Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey would like to announce that the Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre will close on Wednesday, 30th November to prepare for its redevelopment next year. We have exciting plans to create a top class centre where visitors from around the world can truly engage with Tullamore Dew. The new visitor centre is expected to open during the 2012 summer tourist season and is ultimately expected to attract up to 40,000 visitors annually.
whiskytime wrote:...I guess I should give the 12 yo a try. I usually pour Bushmills in my Irish Coffee and when I make my from-scratch/full fat version of "Baileys Irish Cream"- good for brunch. Instead of cookies, we give our neighbors bottles of our homemade "Baileys" for X-mas - yes, it's popular.
Aidan wrote:I know nobody here is interested in Irish whiskey, really,
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