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What should I get from Dublin

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by akatsuki, Jan 20, 2014.

  1. akatsuki

    akatsuki Senior member

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    My wife is travelling out to Dublin for a finance conference this week.

    What should I have her pick up for me while there?

    Is it worth buying any Irish whiskey while there or is everything basically imported anyway?

    What about tweed fabrics, etc?
     
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    Nobody has any suggestions? Surprising.
     
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    Ho ho! :embar:

    The Celtic Whiskey Shop on Dawson St just off St Stephen's Green in the centre of the city is a great shop for Irish Whiskey, they'll advise based on taste and budget.

    http://www.celticwhiskeyshop.com/

    At the bottom of Dawson Street is the side entrance to Trinity College on Nassau Street where all the tweed, Aran sweater and gift shops are.
     
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    I am no expert in Irish Whiskey - any suggestions in what is the best domestic-only (or at least non-US available) choice?
     
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    I'm no expert either but here's what a mate sent me when I asked him the same question a while ago (not sure which are domestic only/not available in US) -


    Jameson 12 year old and Jameson Crested 10 are the tastiest Irish Whiskies in their price range - €43 and €28 respectively.

    Bushmills Black Bush - €28

    Bushmills 10 Year Old - €40

    For something special: Redbreast 12 Year Old - €52 Irish Whiskey of the Year 2010 - Jim Murray's Whisky Bible

    Powers 12 Year Old is well nice too but closer to €60.

    All of the above can be purchased in places like Tesco and Airports for less.
     
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    I sent my wife this list - although I think a lot of it is available here.

    Tyrconnell 17
    Connemara 17
    Locke’s Grand Crew (probably out of it)
    Midleton Barry Crockett

    We'll see what happens.
     
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    Your list is slightly more baller than mine! Some of them will definitely be available in the Airport duty free as well as downtown.

    http://www.theloop.ie/
     
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    I don't drink often, but when I do...
     
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