whisky

November 11, 2005 · 0 comments

4-750-50  stock photo of Ireland, County Cork, Old Midleton Distillery, Copper vat
4-900-812  stock photo of Ireland, Fermanagh, Irvinestown, Central Bar
4-750-72  stock photo of Ireland, County Cork, Old Midleton Distillery, Midleton whiskey
4-752-18  stock photo of Food, Donegal mussels and White Wine
4-752-73  stock photo of Ireland, County Cork, Farm on hillside
4-900-41  stock photo of Ireland, Dublin, Temple Bar Pub

Ireland is proud of her whisky – triple distilled, single-malt and finer than the finest Scotch, they say. A tour of the three distilleries in the Republic of Ireland and the North – Midleton in Cork, Jamesons in Dublin and Bushmills in County Antrim, takes one through centuries of history, from quiet countrysides inns to hip and busy Dublin.

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