Celtic Whiskey Shop

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Celtic Whiskey Shop
27-28 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
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Celtic Whiskey Shop

The shop for serious whiskey lovers. Offers Ireland's most comprehensive range of Irish whiskey and international whiskies and spirits, served by helpful, knowledgeable staff; exclusive whiskeys (including special releases from Ireland's independently owned distilleries), whiskey launches, tasting evenings and distillery trips are often arranged.


Also wines (many imported directly) in the connected shop, Wines on the Green.

Open Mon-Sat 10.30-8 (Thu to 9), Sun & bank hols 12.30-7. abbreviations

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