Irish Whiskey Museum, Coffee

We have been selected to be a part of the Ambassadors’ Club by the Speciality Coffee Association of Europe (SCAE). The Ambassadors’ Club was created with the goal of making Dublin one of the greatest coffee destinations in time for the World of Coffee event that will be on in the RDS from the 23rd – 25th June.

To be selected, the SCAE has given each member of the Ambassadors’ Club an intensive training programme which included off-site training days, a one-to-one on-site training session along with three on-site audits completed by a team of auditors.

30 of the best bars/restaurants/cafes and hotels serving speciality coffee in Dublin have been chosen.

What we specialise here at the Irish Whiskey Museum is the classic Irish coffee. Pop down for a chat and judge for yourself if we deserve to be a part of the Ambassadors’ Club.

If you would like to know how to make our Irish coffee, then click here.

Keoghs CaféBlu Apple
Twobeans Speciality Coffee BarDelisle Taverns Ltd(Brannigans)
River CaféBewley’s at Arnotts
Fallon & ByrneGrove Road
Irish Whiskey Museum :)HMSHost Dublin Airport
O’Connells in DonnybrookJoe’s Coffee
O’Callaghan Stephens Green HotelMetro Cafes Ltd
OxmantownMorrison Hotel
CoffeeangelScience Gallery Café
Chapter OneFitzwilliam Hotel
Café Tri ViaSilverskin Coffee Roasters
Fresca Restaurant (Formerly known as Pasta Fresca)Kay’s Kitchen
KC PeachesVice Coffee Inc
BewleysTamp & Stitch
KaphButlers Chocolate Café

 A list of the members of the Ambassadors’ Club

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