Teeling Whiskey 34-Year Single Malt

Feb 12, 2018

Category: Vices

A lot of things happened in 1983; the Redskins beat the Dolphins in the Super Bowl, Michael Jackson introduced the Moonwalk, and Teeling Whiskey’s 34-Year-Old Vintage Single Malt was distilled and casked in Ireland.

Only 38 bottles-worth of this stuff – the oldest ever single malt bottled in Ireland – was pulled from the ex-American oak bourbon barrels in which they were aged for north of three decades. Bottled at 40.9% (in glass produced by Glencairn, no less), the whiskey has what they describe as floral notes and layered flavors. Finding out for yourself will cost you, however, as the bottles are retailing for $5,000 each. Look for them in the fanciest of liquor stores starting March 1st.

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