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Teeling is bringing some of the world's oldest Irish single malt to America

The 34-year-old whiskey first distilled in 1983.
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Irish whiskey doesn't usually share the stage with higher-end Scotches, but this bottle of Teeling Whiskey looks like it definitely deserves a place amongst the finest bottles out there. According to Teeling, this 34-year-old is one of the oldest, if not the oldest bottling of Irish Whiskey in existence and is described to have a “complex floral nose” with “deep layered flavors.” 

Only 38 bottles will be available and it will release in the US on March 1st.


Source: The Spirits Business

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