Teeling Whiskey – Wonders of Wood 2:nd Ed. Portuguese Oak Single Pot Still 70 CL 50%

Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey

The second edition of the Teeling Wonders of Wood series is fully matured in Virgin Portuguese Oak casks.

Portuguese oak is native to the Iberian Peninsula and has a higher tannin content than other oak varieties normally used in the whiskey industry. When used for maturation, it produces a distinct savory marmalade flavor with warming hints of tobacco and pepper unique to Irish whiskey.

This expression is bottled at 50% ABV.

Tasting notes:
Nose: Citrus notes start with hints of old spices, leather and cloves

Taste: Warms with vanilla tobacco, pepper and malt

“It makes me very proud to be able to bring something uniquely Dublin back to the Dublin community.” — Jack Teeling, founder of Teeling Whiskey.

If Dublin was the epicenter of distilling in Ireland during the golden era of Irish whiskey, then the Liberties area was the epicenter of distilling in Dublin. George Roe’s Thomas Street operation and William Jameson & Co’s Marrowbone Lane were at one time the two largest distilleries in the capital, with John Power & Son’s John’s Lane Distillery not far behind. Together they occupied over 36 hectares of the busy area outside the old city walls.

By the 1920s the first two had disappeared and Power bowed out and moved to Cork in the 1970s. For some 40 years, not a drop of whiskey was distilled near the banks of the River Liffey until Stephen and Jack Teeling awakened the Spirit of Dublin in Newmarket Square.

The sons of John Teeling, the founder of Cooley Distillery, already had valuable experience of the industry. In fact, the family name has been embedded in Dublin distilling since 1782, when Walter Teeling set up a craft still on Marrowbone Lane.

Their background meant they were able to secure some excellent mature whiskey stock to bottle and label until their own Dublin spirit has rested sufficiently in oak casks.

Former Kilbeggan distiller Alex Chasko is responsible for making Teeling whiskey from the three copper pot stills at the impressive new distillery. The aim is to revive “the traditional style of Dublin whiskey distillation”. They certainly have the background to do so.

The new facility is open for tours and if you’re lucky you might see some whiskey making in progress.

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Weight 1 kg
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