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Oh mamma, new whiskey store

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).

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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).

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

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The left hand wall on the ground floor.

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

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

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

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More moody atmosphere down here.

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Selection of gins, brandys, etc...

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

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and a glass to toast the store.

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