Where Whiskey Meets Art
Discover what lies behind the bottle - a world's first piece of art.
Access to Lambay is very limited as it is a private island and usually visitors are welcomed by invitation only. Lambay Whiskey does not have an operating distillery (yet!) or visitor centre on the island, only our bonded warehouse which is not open to the public.
However, we often receive inquiries from locals and tourists alike on how they can come and visit Lambay and we advise checking in with local guide Eamonn Mc Grattan from www.fishandtrips.ie
A walking tour of Lambay and an island viewing from the sea by boat, is indeed a treat when viewing the wildlife and the season is usually from April - October. Weather permitting, this is a five-hour Lambay guided walking tour to see the wildlife and scenery as well as the external of some of the various buildings most weekends.
Once upon a most unusual island, two entrepreneurial spirits from two very old families decided to form a unique partnership. Together, they’d make an Irish whiskey. But not just any whiskey – theirs would be one of dynasty and devilment, of rarity and refinement, unique tasting, and masterfully crafted.
Their idea was to create an innovative Irish whiskey inspired by the island of Lambay, the ancestral home of Alexander Baring , and finished with the techniques and expertise of Maison Camus, the ancestral home of Cyril Camus, Cognac.
Lambay Irish Whiskey is proud to be a member and verified in Ireland’s Origin Green Sustainability Program.
That means our commitment toward sustainability and following environmentally friendly practices to produce remarkable, premium Irish spirits, is the core of our business and understanding of who we are and what we stand for.