What grain is used in Teeling Single Grain?

The Teeling Single Grain whiskey mash bill consists of 95% corn and 5% malted barley. It is triple distilled and matured exclusively in Ex-Cabernet Sauvignon red wine casks from California for just over 5 years.

Which Teeling Whiskey is best?

Teeling Whiskey 24 Year Old is the World’s Best Single Malt Teeling Whiskey, Ireland’s leading progressive Irish whiskey company is proud to announce that it’s 24-Year-Old Single Malt has claimed the prestigious World’s Best Single Malt award at the 2019 World Whiskies Awards.

Is Teeling Whiskey smooth?

The palate is delicate, and cinnamon is very much at the forefront, joined by summer fruits and sharp pepper. The taste of orchard fruits make it an airlily light dram. The finish is lingering and silkily smooth, with notes of summer fruits and honey.

How long is Teeling Single Grain aged?

Teeling single grain whiskey is made from grain whiskey sourced from Cooley Distillery, the Teeling family’s former distillery, which has been aged for just under six years in ex-Californian cabernet sauvignon wine barrels. Bottled without chill filtration or caramel colouring.

What is the difference between single malt and single grain whiskey?

Single grain whiskies also differ from single malts in how they are distilled. Single malts are distilled using traditional pot stills, while single grains are distilled in column stills (or Coffey stills). Pot stills operate on a batch by batch basis and are used primarily for creating a flavourful product.

What is Single Grain Irish whiskey?

Grain Irish whiskey is made using no more than 30% malted barley in combination with other whole unmalted cereals—usually corn, wheat, or barley—and is distilled in column stills. Single grain whiskey comes from only one distillery. Blended.

What is the most popular whiskey in Ireland?

Jameson
Jameson is the world’s leader in Irish whiskey, selling 31 million bottles annually.

What whiskey do they drink in Ireland?

Irish Whiskey There are several types of whiskeys distilled in Ireland, most notably: malt, single pot still, grain and blended. Examples of Irish whiskey include Black Bush, Tyrconnell, Bushmills, Red Breast, Jameson, Powers Gold Label, and Tullamore Dew to name a few.

Is Teeling whiskey sweet?

This is sweet whiskey, but a little woodiness and pepper in the taste keeps it from becoming too sweet. The finish flows out of the peppery note and into a nice, warm glow. The aroma is of sweet milk, vanilla, malt and fresh orange.

Is Teeling Whiskey Single Malt?

teeling single malt This Irish Single Malt Whiskey delivers a unique fruit-forward flavour profile that is complex, yet balanced and has often been described as “a symphony” of flavour.

Why is it called single grain?

The “single” in the name tells you it too the product of a single distillery, but unlike single malt, single grain doesn’t need to be made from barley, nor does the grain need to be malted. Instead, single grain whiskies are often made from wheat, corn, or a blend of the two.