Teeling - Blended Whiskey - Small Batch Bottling 70cl Bottle


Teeling - Blended Whiskey
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70cl Bottle
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This small batch bottling consists of hand selected casks which are given further maturation in ex-Flor de Cana Rum barrels imparting an extra sweet and smooth flavour unique to Irish Whiskey.

By bottling at 46% with no chill filtration completes an Irish Whiskey of true character.

Nose: An inviting nose where vanilla and spice dances with bright sweet notes of Rum.

Taste: While being very approachable the influence of the rum cask and higher percentage alcohol creates a unique smooth, sweet, slightly woody marriage that sparkles on the tongue.

Finish: Slightly moorish, sweet spice finish.

Category(s):     Irish Whiskey

Producer: The Teeling Whiskey Company   -   www.teelingwhiskey.com
ABV:   46%
Brand:   Teeling
Cask Strength:   Yes
Country of Origin:   Eire
Distillery:   Teeling
Irish Whiskey Type:   Blended


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Producer Information

Jack Teeling, founder of the Teeling Whiskey Co., comes from a family long associated with Irish whiskey. From Walter Teeling in 1782 who setup a distillery on Marrowbone Lane in Dublin to John Teeling who founded Cooley Distillery in 1987, the first new Irish whiskey distillery to be establish in Ireland in over 100 years.

Jack continues on the Teelings entrepreneurial spirit and while initially starting out as an Independent bottler aims to get back into the distilling game to ensure a constant supply of Irish whiskey. The Teeling Whiskey Co. reviving the Independent Spirit of Ireland.

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