Tullamore is famous for its Whiskey, Tullamore Dew, named after its maker, Daniel E Williams, and for its Irish Mist Liqueur. Although whiskey is no longer distilled in Tullamore, the Tullamore Dew Heritage recounts the town's development and the role played by the distilling industry. The Centre is located in the 1897 warehouse on the banks of the canal and the exhibition is interesting and varied in it presentations - you are invited to dress in period costumes, to watch bees making honey for Irish Mist Liqueur, hear the traditional songs sung on barges and lots of other fun ideas. After your visit, enjoy a courtesy taste of Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey or Irish Mist Liqueur and plan the next step of your travels in the Tourist Office.


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