Teeling Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey [WA 92,

Teeling Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey [WA 92, #15 TOP 20 OF 2020]

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About the Whisky:
Discover an unconventional take on a classic Irish style of Whiskey. The first Whiskey to be distilled in Dublin in nearly 50 years, our Single Pot Still pays homage to a Dublin style made famous by the old, now closed, Dublin Whiskey Distilleries.

Teeling Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey is crafted using a uniquely Irish mash bill consisting of 50% malted and 50% unmalted barley that has been triple distilled and matured in a combination of American Virgin Oak, Bourbon, and Sherry casks.

This is not how everyone makes Irish Whiskey's the Teeling way. That's the Spirit of Dublin.

Tasting notes:
The nose emits notes of hibiscus flowers, honeycomb, white grape flesh, grapefruit & citrus. The palate has hints of lychee, more white grape notes along with white pepper, warm, roasted peaches and baked biscuits. This is all wrapped up with a dry finish, with hints of spice, roasted almonds and maple sugar lingering in the mouth.

Awards/Reviews:

Gold - SF World Spirits Competition 2021

Gold - Irish Whiskey Masters 2021

95 Points, - Intl Wine & Spirits Competition 2021

"A delicate and elegant example, revealing superb aromatic complexity and intertwined layers of orchard and tropical fruit. There is a grainy complexity to the palate and smoky undertones. Smooth and soft, with fabulous length to the finish."

92 Points & #15 Top 20 of 2020 - Whisky Advocate
"Triple-distilled in Dublin, Teeling's debut single pot still expression is distinctive in its unusual 50:50 mashbill of malted to unmalted barley, adding an element of virgin American oak to deliver a charismatic quality and texture. The nose is reminiscent of cinnamon breakfast cereal, with delicate touches of melon and white grape, but it's the vibrancy of the cinnamon, nutmeg, and pepper at this perfect proof that most impresses, taking a decisive lead over the soft stone and orchard fruit and glossy caramel flavors." - Jonny McCormick