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Teeling unveils new Single Grain Whiskey

Teeling Whiskey has announced the latest addition to its Single Grain range.

The Teeling 13 Years Old Irish Single Grain comprises triple-distilled Irish whiskey, distilled predominantly from maize, matured for an initial nine years in ex-Bourbon barrels and for a further four years in ex-Bordeaux red wine casks before being bottled at 50% ABV.

This is Teeling's second and oldest release in its Single Grain series, following the launch of the award-winning Teeling Whiskey Single Grain in 2013. As well as being older, Teeling says that the dual cask maturation of the new whiskey offers a more complex character than its original Single Grain expression.

Jack Teeling, founder of the Teeling Whiskey Company, said: "It's a little-known fact that the majority of Irish whiskey sold is actually grain whiskey as it makes up the majority of the composition in big multinational-owned brands of Irish whiskey.

"As such, since our formation we have been keen to ensure we offered unique and interesting expressions of Teeling Single Grain Whiskey. Our new 13-year-old release is a further representation of our mission to help drive the continued expansion of the Irish whiskey category through unique bottlings and expressions."

The Teeling 13 Years Old Single Grain whiskey will initially be available at the Teeling Whiskey Distillery, Celtic Whiskey Shop and select Irish retailers (RRP €85) before a roll-out in international markets in Europe and Aisa in the coming months.

3 September 2021 - Bethany Whymark