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Teeling 14 year old Brabazon Serie 3 - 49.5% 70cl

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Brabazon Series 3 is a 14-year-old single malt that has been finished in Pedro Ximenez casks, which were sourced from a small family bodega. 

Teeling worked with a local sketch artist in Dublin to recreate the Brabazon family home that the brand helped restore at the back of the distillery.

The launch of Brabazon Series 3 will coincide with the release of Teeling 28 Years Old, which followed the brand’s 21-year-old and 24-year-old whiskeys. It is made from the same distillate that was distilled 1991.

The single malt spent eight years in Sauternes casks. The expression is limited to 4,000 bottles and has been bottled at 46% ABV.

Stephen Teeling, sales and marketing director, said this would be a slightly softer launch than what the brand would usually do given the Covid-19 situation.

“Myself and Jack [Teeling, founder and managing director] will hopefully do a littlve live stream talking about the realities of what’s been going on over the last eight or nine weeks as a softer launch rather than with all the bells and whistles we’d have done in normal times, because it’s not normal,” Stephen Teeling explained.

“We’re seeing a lot of industry people looking at ways of doing whisk(e)y tastings online to get the message out there. It used to be that you’d use the big whisk(e)y festivals to connect with your audience, so it will be interesting how the launch can really make an impact if people can’t taste the liquid. We’re going to get the liquid out to as many people as we can.

“We were going to stagger the 28-year-old and the Brabazon, but we decided to do them both together. Again, it just feels good talking about whiskey, giving people a heads up that it’s coming.”

Tasting Notes

Nose: Fruity with apples, roasted nuts, plums & raisins.

Palate: Rich and smooth with dark chocolate, figs, sultanas & cooked pears.

Finish: Dry fruits, burnt sugar with a dry finish.