Teeling Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Teeling Single Malt Irish Whiskey

(0.7l, 46%)


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Teeling Single Malt is the five-leaf clover of Irish Whiskies.

Jack and Stephen Teeling founded the Teeling Distillery in 2015 in The Liberties section of Dublin. Their father John built the Cooley Distillery in County Louth thirty years earlier, and their great-great grandfather Walter Teeling had built a distillery two hundred years before that. So to say that Irish Whiskey is in the blood is to understate things a bit. And all that family experience has not gone to waste — their Whiskies are all highly rated and even after only two years they export their line of seven Irish spirits to 55 countries.

If three-leaf clovers are average and four-leaf clovers are lucky, then Teeling Single Malt is the five-leaf clover of Irish Whiskies. That’s because this little gem is a vatted mix of their triple-distilled single malt Whiskey aged in five different Wine cask types: Sherry, Port Madeira, White Burgundy, and Cabernet Sauvignon. And the blokes at Teeling want you to be able to taste it properly too, so they bottle this Irish spirit at 46% ABV without any chill filtration. That’s why it was voted “Best Irish Single Malt” at the 2017 World Whiskies Awards and why all the other drams are green with envy.
  • Category
  • Style
    Single Malt Irish Whiskey
  • Region
    Dublin
  • Country
    Ireland
  • Alcohol
    46%
  • Distillery
  • Age
    NAS
  • Chill Filtered?
    No
  • Maturation
    Sherry, Port, Madeira, White Burgundy and Cabernet Sauvignon casks

Flavor Spiral™

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citrus zest
lemon peel
sweet vanilla
oak
sherry
port
slightly spicy
melon
figs
What does Teeling Single Malt Irish Whiskey taste like?

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There are many Irish Whiskey varieties: grain Whiskey, malted barley pot-still-distilled, and ‘pure pot-still’ or ‘single pot still’ as it is now officially known. Then there is Poitin, one of the first spirits ever made.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Warm mahogany.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Fig, melon, toffee, and lemon peel.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Delightfully complex with dried cherry and mango, citrus zest, vanilla, and baking spices.

Finish
Long, dry, and lightly sweet.
Ratings & Reviews
Steve
Steve,
Not my favorite, too harsh to drink straight or on the rocks, much better with ginger ale.
 
Connor
Connor,
Everything. As a beer brewer, the malts that go into this whiskey are fantastic! Great aroma, incredible flavor, heavenly drink.
 
Jason
Jason,
Really love it.
 
Rick
Rick,
I enjoy all Teeling products I've tried. This one has become an absolute favorite. It is so very smooth with incredible flavor. So glad this has landed in my home bar!
 
Brendan
Brendan,
My go to!! A little spice with a back end of caramel. An excellent Irish Whiskey
 
Tim
Tim,
A delightful whiskey. This is an orange creamsicle in a park on a sunny day. It’s approachable and friendly but not at all boring. An occasional hint of anise? Maybe? Maybe not? Light and springy with a sweet center. Nothing at all to complain about. Cheers
 
Nathaniel
Nathaniel,
A nice easy to drink solid irish, notes of honey and clove, and slight fruitiness.
 
Scott
Scott,
Teeling does it again. Can't go wrong with them. Delightfully smooth. Interesting complexity.
 
Geoff
Geoff,
Extremely smooth and easy to drink. For an Irish whiskey, this is one of the most well rounded without losing that Irish character.
 
Roy
Roy,
Great Malt, smooth but on the sweet side for my liking
 
Gordon
Gordon,
found this quite drinkable & typical Irish without adverse after taste. Must have been good, all gone.
 
guest
guest,
Too sharp for irish whiskey! Tastes better when alc-level braught down to 35% with a bit water!
 
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