Teeling Whiskey Set To Release Its Second Rare, 32 Year Single Malt

| February 7, 2022

Teeling Whiskey is having a new second, limited-edition release in their Vintage Reserve Collection of their 32-Year-Old Irish Single Malt.

With only 750 bottles, the release is not just limited, but extremely rare as it’s one of the world’s oldest bottlings of Irish Single Malt available.

The Teeling Vintage Reserve Collection consists of limited releases of rare and old Irish Single Malt whiskeys.

Teeling 32-Year-Old Single Malt

Teeling 32-Year-Old Single Malt (image via Teeling)

The Teeling 32-Year-Old Single Malt was distilled in 1989 and initially matured in ex-rum casks before being given extra maturation in Pedro Ximenez barrels from a small, family-run bodega in Jerez, Spain.

Teeling’s previous release in the series that was the 32-Year-Old Single Malt was fully matured solely in ex-rum barrels.

This second release features a unique, dual cask maturation that the distiller found imparts a rich depth of flavor that elevate this single malt, including dark chocolate and dry fruit with hints of burnt sugar and roasted nuts.

The distillers’ notes show that the deep layered malt and wood notes are evident in the long, decadent finish.

The limited edition release comes in unique decanter bottles clad in a bespoke wooden gift box with their own certificate of authenticity.

Jack Teeling, founder of the Teeling Whiskey Company, said in a prepared statement, “We are extremely proud to be custodians of some of the oldest Irish Single Malt in the world and we have been mindfully releasing these periodically over the last few years as our Vintage Reserve Collection. … There is nothing else like these Irish Single Malts on the market and they represent a rare piece of Irish whiskey history in each bottle.”

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The Teeling 32-Year-Old Single Malt will be available initially in the Teeling Whiskey Distillery, Celtic Whiskey Shop and select Irish retailers for a suggested retail price of €2,000 per 70cl. It will then roll out to a range of international markets across Asia and Europe in the coming months.


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