Teeling Single Malt Whiskey70cl / 46%
- Single Malt Irish Whiskey
- Dried Fruit
Teeling Single Malt Whiskey Reviews
Tasting Notes by Billy A
Nose: Green grass, sweet and sour green apple, pineapple kubes and zesty lime skin, with vanilla extract and dried gentle fruit providing some darker notes.
Palate: More pineapple kubes, icing sugar, lemon bonbons and sponge cake with butter icing, with granny smith apples for some balancing sharpness and some cloves for bitterness and spice.
Finish: Sweet lemon and butter hangs around, with some sharp and almost minty woodiness in the background.
Producer's Tasting Notes
Nose: Vibrant with notes of melon, figs, toffee and lemon
Taste: A balance mix of dry fruits, citrus, vanilla, spice and cloves
Finish: Long with sweetness in harmony with dry tannins from the wood
12 Customer Reviews
Smooth and gentle. Good price point. Great for Saturday nights while watching a movie or reading a book.
Exceptionally smooth; will always keep a bottle on the top shelve.
Love it! For the price Jameson Caskmates kills it
Happy St. PADDY's this is a lovely smooth whiskey that tingles the tongue and has an even more pleasant slightly sweet and warm scent. Delicious!
If you are a fan of Jameson, you will enjoy this one as well.
Meh, it is only nice. Put it alongside a proper Irish, it's just anonymous. It has hints of what made the Jamie limited editions fascinating, but really a cheaper Spey whisky will do what it does well better. Irish whiskey for me has to earn the extra E. This doesn't.
Lovely smooth flavour with lingering flavour. Highly recommended.
What they said. The future of Irish whiskey is bright.
Nose: Citrus Fruits, lemon bonbons, zesty lime skin, melon, figs, and toffee/ with vanilla extract and dried gentle fruit providing some darker notes. Taste: A bursting mix of fruits, Oak, citrus, vanilla, nutmeg and cinnemon spice and a lost world of cloves. Finish: Delicious oak barrel woodiness, melon and oh, the cloves.
Teeling have come out of the blocks with at least two winners. Perhaps I marginally prefer The single grain, but this makes a fine contrast. A heavier dram, but very individual and no off notes. Where this scores over the single grain is that it is unlike anything else. This is not as overtly sweet as the SG. More a Les Paul! OK, that''s A note for lovers of Gibson guitars. and if that''s my point of reference...rich mahogany body with a maple top and round, rich, dry and fruity notes, then you KNOW this is good....
Wow! This is probably the winner in the value-for-money category!!! A wonderful whisky - its Redbreast class!
Initial impression of Jack Daniels which becomes more intense and spicey followed by a light citrus middle bite and a final lingering of woodiness to finish. Best with one cube of ice half melted. I have never tasted anything so individual. It makes you appreciate what little variation in taste there is with whiskeys, these guys are not afraid to be individuals. I will be keeping an eye on them from now on.