• Category – Spirits, whiskey, Irish, 46% abv
  • Available – From this week
  • Location – Initially in Ireland via Teeling’s distillery and selected retailers
  • Price – SRP of EUR2,000 (US$2,226) per 70cl bottle

Teeling Whiskey Co has released a limited-edition expression from its namesake Irish whiskey brand.

Teeling Whiskey’s 32 Year Old Single Malt split its maturation period between ex-rum casks and barrels that formerly held Pedro Ximenez wine. The whiskey, which is limited to 750 units, will initially launch in the company’s home market before rolling out to selected, but unspecified, Asian and European markets in the coming months.

“We are extremely proud to be custodians of some of the oldest Irish single malt in the world and we have been releasing these periodically over the last few years as our Vintage Reserve Collection,” said founder Jack Teeling. “These offerings are central to our goal to drive the range of unique offerings within the super-premium Irish whiskey category.”

The release is the latest to join Teeling’s Vintage Reserve Collection and follows the November launch of a 30-Year-Old iteration.

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