Teeling Releases Rare Single Malts
TEELING WHISKEY Company has released 24-year-oldand 33-year-old single malts as part of its Vintage Reserve Collection.
At a limited release of 5,000 decanter bottles, Teeling 24 Year Old has experienced dual maturation – first in former Bourbon barrels, then Sauterne wine casks.
The 33-year-old whiskey is “the oldest bottling of Iris single malt recently released”’ according to Teeling, and is crafted from some of the oldest Irish single malt ever bottled.
The liquor has been aged exclusively in two ex-Bourbon barrels, which produced only 275 bottles.
Jack Teeling, founder of the Teeling Whiskey Company, sain: “these offerings are central to our goal to help drive diversity in Irish whiskey by introducing interesting and unique small-batch bottling. There is nothing else like these Irish whiskey history in each bottle.”
Both expressions are available from the Teeling Whiskey Distillery, Celtic Whiskey Shop and Dublin Airport in Ireland.
The expressions will be rolled out across multiple markets, including Benelux, France, Germany, Switzerland, Russia and Australia, as well as select Asian markets in due course.
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