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According to recent data released by International Wine and Spirits Research (IWSR), its was great to see that a Midlands Whiskey brand, Tullamore Dew, was rated the second most popular brand of Irish......

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September 16, 2017

The Vault Whiskey Store

The Vault Whiskey Store, will be the new €138m whiskey maturing complex to be built on a 100-acre farm in Moyvore near Mullingar. The new project is the brainchild of two Mullingar businessmen Alan ......

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Following their first release back in 2015, Egan’s Irish Whiskey have recently released an exciting new expression. The new Egan’s Vintage Grain Irish whiskey, is a single grain, that has been age......

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Are you looking for a unique group experience during your visit to the Midlands? Our Whiskey Tasting Experiences offer a unique, informative and relaxing activity for groups who are seeking some light......

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Westmeath County Council are currently considering planning permission for a €138m whiskey maturing complex to be built on a 100-acre farm in Moyvore near Mullingar. It is estimated that the complex......

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The Túath Irish Whiskey Glass is set to be released soon which will aim to replace our beloved Glencairn glass. The brainchild of Irish Whiskey Glass Limited, they are hoping to create a splash in th......

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August 14, 2017

Day Trip From Athlone

Are you looking for an exciting Day Trip From Athlone during your visit to the Midlands Region? Why not join us on one of our exclusive Midlands Whiskey Experiences! During this unique Day Trip From A......

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The Midlands region is home to some of Ireland’s best known Irish whiskeys including Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey, Egan’s Irish Whiskey and Tullamore DEW. At Midlands Whiskey Experiences, we take y......

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Westmeath is home to Kilbeggan Distillery, the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in Ireland and has been in the hands of many different distilling families from the McManuses, the Codds and the Locke......

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It’s extraordinary to think that just a few years ago there were only four distilleries in operation in Ireland. Now there are 16 distilleries in full operation with a further 15 projects with plann......

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