After three months of closure, the Tullamore Dew Visitor Centre is set to open its doors once more.
To celebrate the Visitor Centre is introducing a new offering, The Tully Cocktail Making Class. This experience is designed for groups of friends or family who want to enjoy an evening out.
The class will host four evening sessions per week. During the specially curated sessions, guests will receive a drink on arrival and learn how to make three cocktails, one of which they will bottle to take away & enjoy at home.
The experience will be hosted by one of Tullamore Dew’s brand ambassadors and cocktail experts. They will teach guests everything from the history of the brand in Tullamore to how to use simple ingredients to make drinks. Guests will learn the importance of getting the balance of flavours right along with presentation.
The cocktail making menu includes: whiskey sour, Tully XO daiquiri, and Tullamore Dew Old Fashioned. This special experience can accommodate up to eight people. The cocktail session will last 2 hours and is priced at €50 per person.
Marketing Manager Cathy Sullivan said: “Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our guests was the number one priority when planning our reopening but we also wanted to deliver a new, innovative experience for our guests to enjoy. We know many people have found the last few months at home tough. We believe our Cocktail Making Experience offers visitors something both new and exciting to do within a safe, social setting. We’re really looking forward to welcoming guests back to Tullamore.”