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Things to do in Dublin, Museums

Dublin is home to a wide range of museums. From literature to leprechauns, one thing all these museums have in […]

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May Day Origins

May Day is a public holiday in many countries across the globe, but do you know why? Well it turns […]

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Whiskey Recipe Corner – Irish Whiskey Cake

Irish Whiskey Cake is another classic dish that we love and enjoy eating. This cake is well known across Ireland and […]

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Whiskey Recipe Corner – Steak and Kidney Pie

Steak and Kidney Pie is one of our favourite meals. So we thought we’d add a little surprise to it […]

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The Whiskey Survivor of the Titanic

On the 15th April 1912, the largest passenger ship at the time sank due to a collision with an iceberg. […]

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Where did April Fools’ day come from?

  The origins of April Fools’ day remain a mystery, however there are many theories about how it came to […]

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A true taste of Ireland with Trinity City Hotel and the Irish Whiskey Museum

Trinity City Hotel has teamed up with the Irish Whiskey Museum to offer guests a true taste of Ireland in […]

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Origins of the Easter Bunny

  The Easter Bunny. Have you ever wondered how a rabbit and chocolate eggs became associated with Easter? Wasn’t it […]

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1916 Rising and the Decline of Irish Whiskey

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising. While Irelands history is full of failed rebellions, the […]

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History of the Irish Coffee

We’ve gone green!!! Come down to the Irish Whiskey Museum to try our unique twist to the Irish Coffee (The […]

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Saint Patrick’s Day

It’s a national holiday that is celebrated in more countries than any other and is the only day in which […]

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New Hyde Irish Whiskey Launches

The Irish whiskey revolution continues with the launch of Hyde Irish Whiskey by Hibernia Distillers. The new whiskey joins an […]

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