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Mourne Dew Spirit Experience - Gin & Whiskey Tasting

26 The Square, Rostrevor, Down, BT343AZ
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Discover Rostrevor's #1 Gin & Whiskey Tasting 'Spirit Experience' by Mourne Dew Distillery.

Experience history and exceptional spirits at one of Ireland's oldest bars, Fearon's, now home to the Mourne Dew Spirit Experience. Immerse yourself in the tales of Irish poitín, whiskey, and gin while savouring generous samples of our award-winning spirits.

The 'Spirit Experience' includes:
• Gin and tonic on arrival at 6pm
• History and origin story of Mourne Dew Distillery
• Generous servings of our full range of spirits
• Insight into our distillation process
• Visit one of the oldest pubs in Ireland, Fearon's Bar (Henry's)
• All drinks on the evening

Min. Party booking: 2.
Max. Party booking: 20.

Enjoy 15% OFF products on the evening.

£35 pp.


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Adult£35.00 per ticket

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Opening Times

Season (20 July 2024)
Saturday18:00 - 20:00
Season (27 July 2024)
Saturday18:00 - 20:00

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