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Goa is the hub of activity, but come the New Year and the hustle-bustle in the state in incomparable. Tourists from around the country and all over the world come to Goa expecting a celebration like no other and Goa provides with music festivals and parties that you'll remember for the rest of your life.

Yet, once the fog clears and 1st of January approaches, people are left wondering what to do in the state now that the parties are over. Well in that case, we have a something for you- local whiskey distilleries!

A Distillery Tour to keep the party going!

When in Goa and wondering what is it exactly that you need to be doing, having an inside look at how whiskey is made sounds pretty exciting. If you've ever wanted to see those barrel full of amazing golden liquor or wanted to sniff booze in the air, well now is the time for you to do so.

The distillery tour at Paul John Visitor Centre shows you how the finest single malt whiskeys are made. The tour takes you in on the inside of the distillery where you can have a look at the behind the scenes of the making of Paul John's finest liquors.

With the guided tour you can delve deep into the realm of fine whiskey. Know more about the processes involved, from distilling, to having a look at the exclusive copper pots made specifically to ensure taste and quality of whiskey. The tour will also take you to the underground cellar where the rich aroma of fine whiskey will awash your senses while you can dream lazily of having a sip or two.

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The distillery tour is ideal for booze-heads who care and want to know more about where their favourite drinks come from. If you're someone who relishes single malts or are simply interested in the science behind the making of booze, the tour has your name written all over itself.

Date: January 1st-29th

Tickets: ₹650 onwards | Reserve yours here

Venue: Paul John's Visitors Centre, M 21, Cuncolim Industrial Area, Goa

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