The Jameson Whiskey museum, located on Bow Street in Smithfield, in Dublin. When I first moved to Ireland my husband and I bought our first home here, an apartment overlooking this lovely courtyard with its copper pots and old chimneys mixed together with the modern steel structures of the new build.
They have recently renovated and parts of the foyer entrance are a little different now but everything else is the same. It's a very busy tourist destination, everybody coming to taste the fine Irish Whiskey.
The whiskey in Ireland has a more distinct
flavour because it is triple distilled, unlike the Scottish whisky which
is only double distilled or the American whisky is only distilled once.
Not that I am an expert on this but I much prefer Irish Whiskey. Maybe
while you are sipping on a glass you could be looking up at this picture
on your wall.