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There’s always been a fierce debate between the Irish and the Scots regarding the birthplace of whisky. It is believed distillation was first used in Ireland around the 12th century by monks, and although there were many distilleries in Ireland in the past, only three were left by the 1900s. Bushmills distillery was granted the license to distill in 1608, making them the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world.
Typical style: Triple distillation is what makes Irish whiskey a favourite amongst many, offering the spirit a lighter, fruitier, and softer style, making it a great choice for anyone new to whiskey.
Did you know? Irish whiskey was once one of the most popular styles worldwide before its reputation started to suffer due to counterfeits and the decline of the whisky market.
A new Single Farm release from Waterford, with the first Batch from Sheestown.Batch 1.1 Uses 100% Irish malted barley, Waterford’s Single Farm Origin series is a range of limited edition natural whiskies that explore Irish “teireoir” – one farm, one place at a time.No colouring, chill-filtration or.. read more
A bottle of Tullamore Dew Irish whiskey.This was imported to the Italian market by Spirit, we estimate in the late 1960s to early 1970s.Please note as this is a vintage miniature, conditions of bottle/label and liquid level can vary - note, wear to label and capsule & fill level. .. read more
Aged in ex-Bourbon casks, heady with the aroma of orchard fruits and malt.Tyrconnell named a whiskey after their horse, The Tyrconnell, which subsequently won a race at 100 to 1 odds back in 1876.This whiskey is currently distilled at Cooley Distillery (and soon at the refurbished Kilbeggan Distille.. read more
Waterford is the latest venture of Mark Reynier, the former CEO of Bruichladdich in Islay.All of Waterford's whiskies are made using 100% malted barley and are natural and non-chill filtered with a slow fermentation and unhurried distillation to extract maximum flavours.The maturation takes place ha.. read more
Teeling Whiskey Company and Galway Bay Brewery, one of Ireland’s most celebrated craft breweries, have been collaborating for years, on what has now become the cult classic “200 fathoms” – a modern interpretation of an Imperial Stout, aged just once annually in Teeling’s Small Batch barrels.It was i.. read more
Finished in rum casks and bottled at 46% without chill-filtration, this Teeling small batch blend is an excellent statement of intent. Interestingly enough, it's also been matured in rum casks for added spice. The blend is said to contain a high proportion of first-fill bourbon cask whiskey, and a h.. read more
To celebrate the rebirth and the next chapter in Irish Whiskey’s new golden era we are proud to introduce the fourth of the “The Renaissance” single malt.After the successful revival of distilling in Dublin Teeling is leading a new generation of distillers into the Renaissance for Irish Whiskey.Four.. read more
Since 1782 the Teeling family have been crafting Irish whiskey. The Teelings are renowned for their vision in doing things differently and their whiskeys embody this entrepreneurial spirit.2015 marked the year a new generation of Teelings returned to their distilling roots in the Liberties area of D.. read more
To celebrate the rebirth and beginning of a new chapter in Irish Whiskey’s new Golden Era, Teeling Whiskey is proud to release the Teeling Renaissanc.
A limited series of Single Malt bottlings, celebrating the very best Teeling Whiskey has to offer.
The Renaissance Series 5 consists of 18 Year Old.. read more
A full circle collaboration.Two epic spirits collide in some fashion here in an exciting collaboration between Ireland's Teeling Distillery and Plantation Rum. What started out as Stiggins Fancy Pineapple Rum from Plantation being finished in casks from Teeling, has then come back to these rum soake.. read more
Introducing the Wonders of Wood, a series of Dublin Distilled Single Pot Still whiskeys that has been honoured as the World’s Best Single Pot Still Whiskey in 2022!The folks at Teeling believe in driving the evolution of Irish Whiskey through the creation of unconventional and unique expressions.The.. read more
Green Spot is a non-age statement Single Pot Still Irish whisky which is comprised of pot still whiskys aged between 7 and 10 years. Matured in a combination of new bourbon and refill bourbon casks as well as sherry casks, Green Spot is fabulous stuff, and much loved by the critics... read more
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To celebrate the rebirth and beginning of a new chapter in Irish Whiskey’s new Golden Era, Teeling Whiskey is proud to release the Teeling Renaissance, a limited series of Single Malt bottlings, celebrating the very best Teeling Whiskey has to offer.A limited series of non-chill filtered single mal.. read more
Teeling distillery has developed a new family of Small Batch Collaborations aimed at capturing the spirit between like-minded mavericks of their trade.This latest release with local Dublin Brewery Dot Brew, is a product of their long standing relationship and their mutual dedication to crafting uniq.. read more
The Teeling 30 Year Old Vintage Reserve Single Malt is amongst the oldest Single Malt Irish Whiskeys ever released.Limited to just 500 bottles, this whiskey is drawn from a handfull of casks carefully selected by Master Blender for their rich and flavoursome quality.Distilled in 1987 and initially m.. read more
Jack Teeling, founder of the Teeling Whiskey Company, said: “We are extremely proud to be able to release some of the oldest ever bottlings of Irish single malt with our Vintage Reserve Collection.“These offerings are central to our goal to help drive diversity in Irish whiskey by introducing intere.. read more
One of the most decorated Irish whiskeys, Redbreast is the largest selling Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey in the world. Regarded as the definitive expression of traditional Single Pot Still whiskey, the genesis of Redbreast dates back to 1903 when John Jameson & Son entered into an agreement with th.. read more