Expanding The World Of Whiskey With Teeling’s 2019 Collaborations

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MELBOURNE | Dublin’s Teeling Whiskey is a whiskey brand that we’re big fans of. From their entry level whiskey right up to the 24-Year-Old Single Malt (World’s Best Single Malt award winner at the World Whiskies Awards 2019, they never disappoint.

Released last month in Australia were three special Teeling Whiskeys. There’s the aforementioned 24-Year-Old Single Malt, made from 100 percent malted barley and matured for 21 years in ex bourbon barrels, before being aged for a further 3 years in former Sauterne wine casks, along with two unique collaborations.

The first collaboration is the 17-year-old Single Malt Whiskey – Jim Barry Shiraz Cask Collaboration. It’s a partnership with South Australia’s Jim Barry Wines. The whiskey has been crafted by Teeling and finished its maturation in oak barrels from Jim Barry Wines award-winning “The Armagh” Shiraz. This unique whiskey features concentrated dark fruit flavours of blackberry and cherry intermingled with liquorice and creamy oak.

The other collaboration is the Imperial Stout Cask Finish – a small batch collaboration with Ireland’s Galway Bay Brewery.The whiskey tastes of sweet malt, roasted barley, sour fruits and black cherries, with a finish of Seville oranges, digestive biscuits, honeycomb and cream.

I’ve tried all three, and they’re all fantastic. The three new release whiskeys are available now at selected Dan Murphy’s stores across Australia.

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