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Teeling Whiskey Co's The Revival Volume III

Teeling Whiskey Cos The Revival Volume III

Teeling Whiskey Co's The Revival Volume III

Category - Spirits, whiskey, Irish, 46% abv

Available - From this month

Location - Initially in Ireland before rolling out to international markets including UK, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Denmark and Italy

Price - EUR120 (US$127)

Teeling Whiskey Co has released a whiskey to commemorate the first 18 months of its Dublin distillery. The Revival Volume III follows Volume II, which was released last year to celebrate the distillery's first anniversary. Volume I was released in 2015 at the distillery's inauguration.

The latest release, a 14-year-old single malt, is limited to 10,000 bottles. Distilled in 2002, the whiskey was initially matured in ex-Bourbon casks before being given further maturation in 350-litre ex-Pineau Des Charentes casks.

"It is hard to believe we are just 18 months away from having Irish whiskey distilled from our new distillery in Dublin and to honour this half way point we have decided to release something very unique to mark the occasion with the first ever Pineau des Charentes finished Irish whiskey," said Telling founder & MD Jack Teeling. "Our third Revival release will be ... sold both through our distillery as well as our domestic and international distributors." 

Pineau des Charentes is a regional French aperitif. 

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