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Two Stacks Whiskey - Premium Blending Experience

59 Chancellors Road, Newry, County Armagh, BT358PX
The Art of the blend

About

About The Tour
A unique experience for guests to fully understand the story and ethos of Two Stacks Irish Whiskey, the history of blending and bonding in Ireland, the art of blending whiskey, and how to use Two Stacks in your favourite drinks at home.

Each tour includes a combination of informative discussion, a hands-on whiskey blending experience, whiskey cocktails and tastings.


Premium
Premium tier will give you direct access into Two Stacks ultra rare casks, allowing you to extract and taste a maturing whiskey directly from their cask racks. This experience also includes blending your very own take home Irish Whiskey, tasting and blending the key elements that make up the foundations of Two Stacks Whiskies

+ Welcome cocktail

+ 3 whiskey tastings of the Two Stacks Premium range

+ Interactive whiskey blending experience

+ Access to The Loft bar's select Drams & cocktail Menu

Core
Blend your very own take home Irish Whiskey, taste and blend key elements that make up the foundations of Two Stacks Whiskies

+ Welcome cocktail

+ 3 whiskey tastings of the Two Stacks Core range

+ Interactive whiskey blending experience

+ Access to The Loft bar's select Drams & cocktail Menu

*Note, for tour bookings over 10+ people, please email general enquiries: whiskey@twostackswhiskey.com

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  • Booking Required

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£45.00 per ticket

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Directly off the A1

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Newry Train Station (3minute drive)

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