Introducing The Teeling 24 Year Old Irish Single Malt

Teeling Whiskey Releases World’s Most Exclusive Irish Whiskey

Teeling Whiskey, Ireland’s leading independent Irish whiskey Company, has released a new bottling from its Vintage Reserve Collection –  the Teeling 24-Year-Old Irish Single Malt, consisting of some of the oldest Irish Single Malt Whiskey ever bottled.

The Teeling 24-Year-Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey was distilled in 1991 and double matured, first in Bourbon casks, then in Sauterne wine casks producing a wholly unique taste experience. The dual maturation imparts an extra depth of fruit flavors that perfectly complement the hint of smoke derived from the inclusion of a small portion of Peated malt as part of the original ingredients used in production. This small batch bottling, limited to just 1,000 bottles, were hand bottled in unique decanters and come with their own certificate of authenticity. Recently awarded the title of ‘World’s Best Irish Single Malt’, this is a whiskey to be savored.

Jack Teeling, founder of the Teeling Whiskey Company, commented, “We are extremely proud to be able to release some of the oldest ever bottlings of Irish Single Malt with our Teeling 24-Year-Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey. This offering is central to our goal to help drive diversity in Irish whiskey by introducing interesting and unique small batch bottlings. There is nothing else like this Irish Single Malt on the market and it represents a rare piece of Irish whiskey history in each bottle.

Since 1782, the Teeling family has been crafting Irish whiskey. From Walter Teeling to the latest generation of Teelings in Jack and Stephen, the family is renowned for their vision in doing things differently and their whiskeys embody this entrepreneurial spirit. Accordingly, the Teeling Whiskey Distillery is the first new distillery in Dublin in over 125 years and brings the craft of distilling back into the very heart of Dublin city center. Their three-copper pot still operation revives the traditional style of Dublin whiskey distillation and pays homage to its rich provenance and heritage, while their unmatched innovation forges a bright new future for Dublin and Irish whiskey.

The Teeling 24-Year-Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey will be available in limited quantities across the nation early December at a suggested retail price of $499.99. This unique offering is bottled at 46% alc./vol. with no chill filtration, completing a whiskey of true character.

This rare expression joins the Teeling Whiskey U.S. portfolio, imported exclusively by Infinium Spirits, Inc. Other products include Teeling Small Batch Irish Whiskey, Teeling Single Grain Irish Whiskey and Teeling Single Malt Irish Whiskey. Visit for more information.


The Teeling Vintage Reserve Collection consists of limited releases of very rare and old Irish Single Malt whiskeys. Containing some of the oldest Irish Single Malt whiskey ever bottled, the Vintage Reserve Collection allows you to savor and appreciate Irish whiskey at its finest. The Vintage Reserve Collection will be hand bottled in exclusive decanters ensuring the finest presentation and care is given to such rare whiskey offerings.


The Teeling Whiskey Company was founded by Jack Teeling in 2012 to revive the old Teeling family trademark of Irish whiskey and bring craft distilling back to the city of Dublin.  His brother Stephen Teeling joined him in 2013 as Sales & Marketing Director and is a co-owner in the business. The Teeling Whiskey Company has quickly become the leading independent Irish whiskey company by driving category choice and innovation through a selection of unique, handcrafted, small batch Irish whiskeys. The Teeling Whiskey Distillery started operation in 2015 as the first new distillery in Dublin for over 125 years and has taken in over 100,000 visitors since opening in June of that year. Teeling Whiskey is now exported to more than 40 different export markets and is the fastest growing premium Irish whiskey in Ireland.


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