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Ulster Whiskey

21 Mark Street, Glenarm, County Antrim, BT44 0AN
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Ireland’s Northern province of Ulster holds a unique place in the world of Whiskey, having played a key role in both the Scottish and American Whiskey worlds.

Marty McAuley, as a Blue badge guide and Whiskey influencer will guide you on a bespoke experience. Whether it is a tour of a distillery, a private tasting, boat trip to Islay in Scotland or our popular Belfast walking tour with a Whiskey tasting at the end, there is no end of possibilities.

We cater for all size of parties, whether that be a personal tasting or a conference event.

Get in touch via our website for more information.

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Various packages available.

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