Tullamore is the county metropolis of County Offaly, in the midlands of Ireland, and is placed inside the centre of the county. It is the fourth maximum populous metropolis within the midlands region with a populace of 14,607 in the 2016 census. The town retained Gold Medal reputation in the National Tidy Town Awards in 2015 and also played host to the World Sheep Dog Trials in 2005 which attracted worldwide hobby in the area. The Tullamore Show is held close to the town each 12 months.
The town's maximum well-known export is Tullamore Dew an Irish whiskey distilled by using Tullamore Distillery – that can be traced again to 1829. The original distillery became shut down in 1954, with the logo later being resurrected and produced on the Midleton Distillery, in Cork. However, the brand's new proprietors, William Grant & Sons, invested in a new distillery near Tullamore, bringing whiskey production again to the metropolis in 2014.