Drinking Whiskey and Whisky in Dublin, Ireland
It’s a novel idea, but why not visit an Irish bar—in Ireland? As you enter The Temple Bar in Dublin, history and conversation vie for your attention in equal parts; fading barrels and whiskey advertisements adorn the beer ‘garden’, and travellers from around the world chat over a drink or three. Established in 1840, this is a local institution, and houses Ireland’s largest whiskey collection. In fact, both whiskey (Irish) and whisky (Scotch) are sold. As your nose reddens, and your pockets grow lighter, it’s rather a sobering thought that there are more than 450 different bottles to try. But you can always have a pint of Guinness while contemplating just how much alcohol that is..