Vintage Reserve Collection Adds a 30-Year-Old Single Malt to Teeling Whiskey

Vintage Reserve Collection Adds a 30-Year-Old Single Malt to Teeling Whiskey
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In the United States, the bottles will cost $2,199.99 each.

Teeling Whiskey Co. is returning to the well for the second time in its history.

In its latest announcement, Cooley Distillery, which was originally established in 1885, has announced that it will expand its Vintage Reserve Collection by releasing a new 30-year-old single malt. This is the third expression of the batch that was created by the distillery originally and was critically acclaimed.

The whiskey was first acquired by Tealing 12 years ago, when Forbes reports it was acquired by the company 12 years ago. The whiskey has already produced two well-regarded single malt whiskies, a 24-year-old and a 28-year-old, both of which are being released as part of a limited edition. In 2019, the 24-year-old won the World Whiskies Awards for the Best Single Malt, and in 2021, the 28-year-old won the World Whiskies Awards for the Best Irish Single Malt.

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In the latest expression, which has been aged for 21 years in bourbon barrels before being transferred to Sauternes casks and aged for an additional nine years in Sauternes casks. According to the distillery, this “dual maturation” has resulted in a whiskey that carefully combines orchard fruits like peaches and apricots with nuts, chocolate and a hint of smoke in the nose and taste. Although it is said to be smooth, the taste is rumored to linger on the tongue for a while, with just a touch of spice and salt added.

It is expected that Teeling's latest single malt whiskey, which is priced at $1,100 per 700 ml bottle, will be available in Ireland, including at its Dublin distillery, by the end of the year. There is no need to worry if you cannot make it across the Atlantic before that date because it will be available at a list price of $2,199.99 when it becomes available stateside starting in January.

Cooley whiskey isn't the last expression that the brand is going to release. In fact, the brand already has plans to release older expressions of the whiskey in the future.

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