An unusual but very nice/enjoyable expression, this still has quite a lot of citrus aroma and flavour from the base whiskey blend but it is not sharp/acidic and compliments well the very creamy chocolate nature derived from the stout casks.
Teeling 24 Years Old Vintage Reserve Collection whisky review: Superb, musty and woody on the nose the Sauternes finish has worked wonders here with a lovely woody and herbal honey with touches of grape, orange and pineapple, delicious. 87/100
Teeling Brabazon Bottling Series 1 whisky review: Great balanced sherry dram, not overtly sherried – I’m not sure I’d call this a monster?
Teeling Small Batch Whisky Review: Creamy and well balanced a very nice blend that hasn’t been over-sweetened by Rum cask finishing. 83/100
Teeling Single Grain whisky review: Initially a little spirity on the nose but grat palate and flavour, with time/breathing mellows into a rich and sweet lemon curd, some tannin and spice but I didn’t place the wine cask – I mistook it for the grainy spice from unmalted barley or rye cereals. 80/100
Teeling small batch (46%, OB, 2017) Category: Irish blended pot still and grain whiskey Origin: Teeling Distillery (likely still sourced from Cooley) Bottling: Teeling Whiskey Co ABV: 46% Cost: £33.61 What they say: Our […]
Teeling 21 Years Old 1991 Vintage Reserve (46%, OB, Bourbon & Sauternes Casks, 5000 Bottles, 2014) Irish single malt whiskey 46% ABV, £135 for 70cl Score: 83/100 What they say: This Silver […]