If you are going to make one splurge on a present for ‘The Drinker’ this Christmas Teeling Irish Whiskey have the perfect thing, but you might just want to keep this one for yourself.
The latest release from the Teeling Vintage Reserve Collection just happens to be one of the oldest single malts ever bottled. Teeling 33 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey was distilled in 1983, consisting of two hand selected casks of some of the oldest Irish Single Malt ever bottled this is an extremely rare release of Irish Whiskey. Aged exclusively in ex-American oak Bourbon barrels which after 33 years of maturation produced only 275 bottles and an alcohol strength of 42.9%. As a result of its 33 year journey producing a complex floral nose with deep layered flavours and a long luxurious finish without being over oaked. Each bottle comes with a special commemorative booklet that documents the story of Teeling Whiskey and is printed and bound by one of the oldest bookbinders in Ireland.