Okay, maybe not so new. They were down a side street for some time, where I tend not to go and so hadn’t been down for a few years.

Well they’ve got a new store on the main road (just down the road from where U.S. President Woodrow Wilson’s parents lived on Warwick Road).

Looking at their website I noticed they had Teeling Single Grain for a good price (the Single Malt they had for a bit higher than others, but thankfully I prefer the Single Grain).

On the ground floor (first floor to Americans) behind the front door to the right.


The left hand wall on the ground floor.

Good range of international whiskeys/ies. Apparently not too many Irish as there is ‘a down turn in Irish whiskey sales’. (?)


Looking through the floor to an old original black lead range.


Better look. That’s what I love about these old buildings, the undercrofts, some going all the way along under the streets above.

More moody atmosphere down here.


Selection of gins, brandys, etc...

I had originally intended to just go for a bottle of Teeling Single Grain, however I talked myself into a bottle of Writers Tears.


and a glass to toast the store.