Whiskey has undergone a Renaissance in the past few years. No longer solely the tipple of choice of older, steely gentlemen, the modern whiskey drinker is as likely to be a millennial as a baby boomer. And one and all will flock to The Printworks at Dublin Castle on Saturday 25th November for return of Whiskey Live.
Presented by the Celtic Whiskey Shop, Whiskey Live Dublin is Ireland’s premier whiskey tasting event that brings together an eclectic range of Irish and international whiskeys/
On the day Dublin Castle will host two sessions, one from at 1.30 – 5.00pm and the other from 6.00 – 9.30pm.
Visitors have the unique opportunity to sample whiskey, whiskey cask-matured craft beers, whiskey cocktails and other Irish spirits including gin and poitin whilst mingling with producers and distillers from the industry.
Whiskey enthusiasts can expect, of course, samples of great whiskey, but also food from some of Dublin’s best restaurants and a variety of entertaining whiskey masterclasses.
Masterclasses include Glenmorangie Scotch Whisky – Tasting with Hamish Torrie, Director of Global Responsibility; Bushmills – The Building Blocks of Bushmills 21 Year Old with Master Distiller Colum Egan; and Teeling, The Brabazon Bottling Series with Master Distiller Alex Chasko. Spaces are limited so early booking is advised.
Tickets to Whiskey Live are priced at €42.00 plus booking fee with the Celtic Whiskey Shop donating €10 per ticket to Down Syndrome Dublin. Masterclasses are booked separately.
Tickets are available from the Celtic Whiskey Shop, 27-28 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, by phone at 01-675 9744 or visit www.whiskeylivedublin.com for more details.