Winner of the 'Worlds Best Single Malt 2019' Bottling 08/2017 Limited to just 5,000 bottles and amongst some of the oldest Irish Single Malt in the world. This 24 year old single malt was first distilled in 1991 and matured initially in Bourbon casks then allowed marry in Sauternes wine casks allowing for a wholly unique taste experience. Recently awarded the Worlds Best Irish Single Malt this is a whiskey to be savoured. It has been bottled at 46% with no chill filtration.
**Teeling 24 Year-Old Single Malt – 2016 & 2017 Release clarification**
There has been a few queries about whether it was the 2016 or 2017 release of Teeling 24 Year-Old that recently won the world’s Best Single Malt at the World Whisky Awards. Both releases are from exactly the same vatting with the whiskey being distilled in 1991 and matured in Bourbon casks before being further matured in Sauterne sweet wine barrels. These casks were then vatted together and split into two batches, half for the 2016 release and half for the 2017 release. The whiskey entered into the awards came from this vatting and was from the tasting stock rather than being from a particular release. This explains why all the whiskey is bottled as 24 year-old despite the 2017 release being bottled a year later. 2016 release was the stock image used when the award was first announced but I can assure you that both releases are the same fantastic whiskey.