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Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey Pub Mirror Sign


Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey Pub Mirror Sign

Irish Pub Antique style vintage Bar Sign for Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey, an internationally sold Irish Whiskey

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Tullamore Dew Pub Mirror Sign

  • Lovely framed mirror of one of Ireland's favourite whiskeys.
  • PLEASE NOTE - These are the last mirrors available, they have been on display so are not mint condition, the price has been discounted accordingly

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  • Large: 11" x 9" (28cm x 23cm)

Tullamore Dew

Tullamore Dew is a brand of Irish whiskey. It was first distilled in 1829 in the small town of Tullamore, County Offaly, Ireland, but is now produced by Irish Distillers Ltd. in Midleton, County Cork, and marketed by Cantrell & Cochrane. The name derives from the initials of an early owner, Daniel E Williams - D.E.W. His home address was Dew Park and after his death the drink Irish Mist was founded by the same companies.

Media references

While the characters of Callahan's Crosstime Saloon tend to reference Bushmills far more often in later stories, the first short story published by Spider Robinson features Tullamore Dew in its stead.

Tullamore Dew is the name of an instrumental piece by Dan Fogelberg on his Phoenix album. Tullamore Dew wins mention in the song 'Time to switch to Whisk(e)y' by Corb Lund as a middle ground between Jameson, which was taboo to serve to an Orangeman, and Bushmills which was taboo to serve to an Irish Catholic. It is also mentioned in the song Black Upon Tan by David Wilkie and Cowboy Celtic.

This whiskey was also the inspiration for a love song by the Whiskey Bards, entitled "Tully Dew."


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