4 edition of A Taste of Old Ireland found in the catalog.
A Taste of Old Ireland
November 2002 by Caxton Editions .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
As the ground rules emerged, mutated and settled, the scope of the project became -to put it mildly -daunting. G driving 1 hr 30 mins Ballykeefe Distillery Blending tradition and innovation Centuries ago, many small family farms combined agriculture and distilling. Thanks to the passion of Morgan Ging, Ballykeefe Distillery became the first distillery in Ireland to revive this old tradition of growing and distilling barley at the same location. If you want to extend your stay, then make time to stop in to Pearse Lyons Distillery. In the afternoon, disembark to explore the historical attractions of Kilkenny in the heart of Ireland's Ancient East. The night is free for reminiscing about the day as you find your own authentic taste of Irish culture.
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Your journey brings you to Tullamore and Kilbeggan in the heart of Ireland, where a superb distillery brings whiskey craftsmanship to life and gives you a taste of the final product. The coach, the hotels, the food, shows etc that CIE Learn all about the whiskey-making process on the distillery tour and try a tutored tasting of the triple casked Slane Irish whiskey. Clashganna Mills Trust is a charity that aims at dignity through independent living for people with disabilities.
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