The Jameson Distillery Bow St. Dublin has been crowned the World's Leading Distillery Tour for a third successive year in a row to take home the prestigious award at the 2020 World Travel Awards. The awards acknowledge, reward and celebrate excellence in global travel and tourism.
Bow Street Experience - (signature tour) You'll be guided and served heritage and history on the definitive Jameson tour experience. Enjoy stories, craic, a comparative whiskey tasting and a Jameson drink. (40 minutes)
Black Barrell Blending Experience - At the Jameson Black Barrel Blending Class, We bottle the whiskey blending experience into 90 minutes. Led by a Jameson Craft Ambassador, it’s you that plays the biggest part. Discover what makes the rich, smooth taste of Jameson Black Barrel so unique; you’ll draw inspiration from a cask that sits in Dublin’s only live Maturation House, and then you’ll a create a priceless one-of-a-kind blend of your own. (signature tour is not included)
The Whiskey Shakers is a 60-minute masterclass - Try your hand at three different cocktails- a Jameson Whiskey Sour, Jameson Old Fashioned and Jameson Punch - in the Shakers’ Bar. A little history is thrown in for storytelling measure, and you’ll finish up by heading into JJ's Bar to enjoy a punch and soak up the atmosphere. (signature tour is not included).
Secret Whiskey Tasting - the premium whiskey tasting experience including four favourites - Jameson Original, Jameson Crested, Jameson Distillery Edition and Jameson Black Barrel Cask Strength. Two of these are only available at the Distillery. 40 minutes. (signature tour is not included).
The online booking site is now re-open for experiences at Bow St dated June 1st 2021 onward's.
Pre booking is strongly advised, as they will be operating at a lower capacity for the foreseeable future.
While you are there, why not climb the 244 steps of the old Jameson Chimney Tower? (Skyview Tower) Tickets are available at the Generator Hostel reception for a small fee, from 8am to ~ 8/9pm. The lift is not working, but the view is really worth the climb.