SPECIAL FIRST COMMERCIAL RELEASE of TEELING SINGLE POT STILL 46 °
Dublin Whiskey is reborn with the release of the Teeling Single Pot Still:
Teeling Single Pot Still is the first new Dublin distilled Irish whiskey to be released for nearly 50 years, marking the true revival for the craft of distilling in the city. All the previous releases was stock whiskey produced at C***** distillery.
Single pot still whiskey is a style of Irish whiskey made by a single distillery from a mixed mash of malted and unmalted barley distilled in a pot still. Somewhat similar to single malt whisky, the style was defined by its inclusion of unmalted raw barley in the mash in addition to malt. Maturation happened on a combination of virgin oak, bourbon and wine casks.
- Color: old gold
- Nose: aromas of hibiscus, honey, white grapes, grapefruit and citrus.
- Palate: Lychee, white grapes, white pepper, roasted peaches and baked biscuit.
- The finish is nicely dry with hints of spices, roasted almonds and Ahorn sugar.