Teeling Single Grain Whiskey70cl / 46%
- Irish Single Grain Whiskey
- Mixed Herb
Teeling Single Grain Whiskey Reviews
Tasting Notes by Billy A
Nose: Meaty and sweet with bitter tannins, sweet toffee, fudge, green leaves, dried mixed herbs dark chocolate, marmalade and anise.
Palate: Toffee, spice (cinnamon and nutmeg), orchard fruit, grape skin, polished oak and butterscotch.
Finish: Grape skin and red wine tannic touches, with spiced butter and shortbread.
10 Customer Reviews
A first class grain whiskey. Often thought of as the poor relative of the single malt but only fully appreciated when tasted. My first bottle will soon need replacing. Give it a go!
Best Irish whisky I've tasted to date.
Smooth good whiskey, received it as a gift and was pleasantly surprised! Has a nice taste with a good finish.
Best in show, whiskey. Super smooth with a nice flavor and a gentel burn. I had 30 friends for a day of whiskey tasting. Everyone brought there favorite whiskey we narrowed it down to four categories; scotch, bourbon, rye, pete whiskey, and non pete whiskey. Out of it all came to Teeling single grain .
With water, flavors open up. They seem a bit muted though even without water. After the bottles been open a couple months, oxygen does it’s thing and makes this grain better, sweeter and more wine comes in. Yes, it’s young and a tad fiesty. But who doesn’t like that in a quality Irish whisky? It’s worth your time though; the quality is evident upon first nosing. It’s a huge step up from the usual blends that are so grain heavy, e.g. Tullamore dew and Jameson etc. No acetone here. Step into an intermediate grain spirit. It’s not Redbreast. But then again it’s not trying to be. This is a good quality grain. Go for it. 3 -only because it takes so long to open up. Otherwise it’s a 4.
At first I was thrown off, strong almost bournon finish, very heavy flavour that was hard to put a finger on. After letting the bottle sit I have hit that sweet spot and is it ever complex! Amazing depth, from nose to finish this is an amazing value at $65 CDN! Will definitely be buying another bottle to stash for winter nights in the flask.
Replaced the long gone previous bottle. A fine whiskey.
Smooth taste with a hint of wine in the background. The best Irish whiskey in this price range.
A lovely smooth tasting single grain boosted by the wine finish which adds so much more complexity, body and flavour.