Kick start the first day of your tour with a trip to the stunning Powerscourt. Here you'll enjoy a 60-minute tour and delicious insight into a whiskey distillery followed by a visit to their on-site maturation warehouse. This tour also includes three samples of their Fercullen Irish Whiskeys.
While here why not explore the Powerscourt House and Gardens. These gardens were voted No.3 in the World’s Top Ten Gardens by National Geographic. Powerscourt house today offers the warmest of welcomes to our visitors and some of the best views in Ireland, overlooking the breathtaking Sugarloaf Mountain.
It’s a wonderful place to relax and enjoy browsing our splendid range of stores or to indulge in a coffee and dessert in the famous Avoca Terrace Café.
Overnight in Dublin
After a great night's sleep, today is the day you get to Kiss the legendary Blarney Stone and be granted the gift of eloquence. Then take your time to enjoy the amazing gardens before strolling over to the famous Blarney Woollen Mills, the world's largest Irish gift shop.
Next to the Jameson Distillery Midleton, today, every drop of Jameson is produced in Midleton. It’s the place of whiskey making dreams, where a true Irish welcome is awaiting you.
Finish off the evening in Cork’s Franciscan Well Brewery and Brew Pub is one of Ireland’s longest established and best-respected craft breweries.
The “Well” has gained national fame for its popular beers along with international recognition for its numerous craft beer awards from across Europe along with its successful collaboration with Jameson Whiskey.
Overnight in Cork
No trip to Clonakilty is complete without a visit to this working distillery in the stunning West Cork. Besides featuring a state-of-the-art visitor centre, it houses a gin school where you can create your own bottle from scratch and a restaurant that celebrates local produce.
You can enjoy a number of different experiences, from a classic guided tour to premium and connoisseur editions and even a whiskey and chocolate tour.
Enjoy the views of the stunning journey through West Cork to Killarney.
Overnight in Killarney
Sit back, relax and absorb the spectacular scenery of The Iconic Ring of Kerry.
Amazing coastal scenery, beaches, mountains, lakes, waterfalls, wildlife and forests - The Ring of Kerry has it all.
Stop for lunch in a traditional Irish town and explore picture-postcard towns like Sneem and Kenmare.
Back to Killarney to visit The Killarney Brewing Company, this independent Irish Craft Brewery company has beautifully restored the old Killarney Mineral Water drinks facility to its former glory. They specialise in the production of some of Ireland’s finest range of craft beers which they named after local myths and legends, evoking emotions of all things Killarney.
Overnight in Killarney
Wave goodbye to Killarney as we travel to Dingle and the Dingle Whiskey Distillery which came into being in the cold winter of 2012. Dingle Whiskey is a product of its environment.
From the localised well water to the immensely manual mashing, alongside the wooden fermentation vessels that feed into the three bespoke copper pot stills, the production is purely Dingle.
Enjoy a tour of the production process behind their award-winning gin and vodka, as well as an introduction to their whiskey.
Admire their hand-crafted copper pot stills, and learn more about the story behind this independent, family-owned artisan distillery located in one of Ireland’s most beautiful regions
Overnight in Clare
Today we will head for The Majestic Cliffs of Moher travelling through the lunar landscape of The Burren.
Step out to the edge of the world with awe-inspiring views from The Cliffs of Moher. Spend time here to relax, walk or enjoy the self-guided exhibition at The Visitors Centre.
The village of Doolin is the perfect choice for a fine Irish lunch followed by a scenic drive around the magnificent coastal route of Black Head where you will also get the chance to get up close to the "Baby Cliffs"
Next is a tour of Galway city, Ireland's cultural capital where traditional pubs, live Irish folk music, stone-clad cafes, boutiques and art galleries line the winding lanes of the Latin Quarter, which retains portions of the medieval city walls.
Overnight in Galway
Today you'll immerse yourself in over 250 years of Irish whiskey making at Kilbeggan Distillery, the heart of Kilbeggan town for two centuries.
See the 19th-century water wheel that’s still in use and the steam engine, which is still fired up on special occasions. You’ll enjoy a visit to the old warehouses and even get to meet the onsite distillers.
Next stop is Clonmacnoise, Offaly St Ciarán founded his monastery on the banks of the River Shannon in the 6th Century. The monastery flourished and became a great seat of learning, a University of its time with students from all over Europe.
Sit back and relax while we transfer you back to Dublin, for the last day of your tour.
Overnight in Dublin
Today we will explore our Capital City where you'll learn about history from Viking Dublin, its medieval past to modern history and its heroes.
Located in the heart of the historic Liberties, against the backdrop of a city steeped in whiskey history, the Teeling Whiskey Distillery opened its doors in 2015 as the first new distillery in Dublin for over 125 years.
Once home to over 37 distilleries, Dublin is no stranger to the craft of whiskey making and we are proud to have brought the tradition of distilling back into the heart of Dublin city centre with the opening of our distillery.
Next up is the Guinness Storehouse area to learn about Arthur Guinness. Arthur must have had a lot of confidence in his brewery when he took out the lease on St James’s Gate in 1759, as he took out a 9,000-year lease.
Arthur was 100% right to believe in himself, Guinness is the biggest selling stout in the world with 10 million glasses being sold every day in 150 countries.
This brings your Irish adventure to an end as we transport you back to Dublin with a suitcase full of very special memories.