Tuesday, April 06, 2021


Irish Distillers, has today announced the opening of its Jameson TasteHouse, at The Loop, in Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport.

After entering the ‘Top 10 Global Brands in GTR in 2019’ according to IWSR, Jameson, is now strengthening its presence in the channel by offering travellers what is described by the brand, as: "an exciting shopping experience that is set to become a must-visit destination."

Jameson TasteHouse at Dublin Airport Terminal 2

The store stands out within the retail offering in Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2, with its striking outside wall displays of Jameson Original and iconic angel wings sculpture. Bringing to life an elevated offering of retail theatre, the TasteHouse also boasts an original hand-blown stained-glass artwork created by a local Irish artist, James Earley, which visitors can discover inside the store.

The TasteHouse aims to immerse travellers into the world of Jameson, addressing evolving consumer expectations for a memorable and engaging shopping experience, in line with clean retailing practices.

The store offers a ‘wave and learn’ digital element, enabling shoppers to know more about products using touchless technology. Products showcased in this experience include the recently launched travel retail exclusive Jameson Triple Triple, as well as The Irish Whiskey Collection and brand home exclusive Jameson Crested x Eight Degrees.

Travellers will also be able to explore the wider whiskey portfolio from the Midleton Distillery, including craft and prestige brands such Midleton Very Rare and Redbreast.

Commenting on the news, Conor McQuaid, CEO and Chairman at Irish Distillers, said: “This is an incredibly exciting time for Jameson in GTR. In 2019, we entered the illustrious list of the ‘Top 10 brands’ sold in the channel, an achievement that can be credited to our portfolio innovations, including Black Barrel and Triple Triple, but above all, to soaring consumer interest and demand for Irish whiskey. We are proud to launch our TasteHouse at Dublin Airport, where travellers can be immersed in and enjoy one of the strongest brands on the spirit scene."

The Jameson TasteHouse at Dublin Airport Terminal 2, is now open and receiving visitors, Covid-19 restrictions permitting.

Posted by Steve Rush