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Irish whiskey takes off at Dublin Airport

Sales of premium Irish whiskey have surged at Dublin Airport following the opening of a dedicated shop for Irish brands.

13th August, 2011

Sales of premium Irish whiskey have surged at Dublin Airport following the opening of a dedicated shop for Irish brands.

Since the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) opened its Irish Whiskey Collection outlet in Terminal 2 last November, Irish whiskey sales have risen 30 per cent, and there will be a second Dublin outlet and similar stores in Cork and Shannon airports within the next 18 months.

The shop, which taps into a rising demand for Irish whiskey globally,...

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