The Guinness Storehouse at St. James' Gate in Dublin has unveiled their new 'tasting rooms' designed to enhance the sense and palate for the drinks with the intention of perfecting the tasting experience.
In a report from the Irish Independent, it is said that "the company has incorporated 'scientific and creative elements' in the design of the new rooms."
Catherine Keegan, the Visitor Experience Manager at the Storehouse, said that, "The unveiling of The Tasting Rooms here in the Guinness Storehouse marks an exciting development into the realms of experiential and sensory tasting innovations."
The Storehouse, which was confirmed earlier in the year as Ireland's most visited tourist destination, unveils these new drinking rooms to enhance "the breath of [their] offering," providing visitors with with a "unique and alternative experience."
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