Whisky Review: Teeling 21 Years Old

Tasting Notes:

Teeling 21 Years Old Silver Bottling ☆ [Recommended]


A mix of fruity and floral notes at the nose, freshly picked peaches, sweet but not too thick… The fruity sweetness is supplemented by some drier touches, aroma of sandalwood and barley to offer a bit of natural rawness.


Wondrously sweet and sappy flow of peach nectar, the soft nectar-y texture is exquisite! Sporadic sparks of spice to keep it sharp and lighten the sweetness. Shining malty notes at the middle, more fruity aroma is released… The oak sinks in heavily towards the end and created some intriguing peach pith notes here.


Chocolate peach tart finish, simply put, delicious chocolate, delicious peach and delicious tart, it doesn’t get better than this!


It baffles me when I was told that the maturation of this darling is a combination of bourbon cask and Sauternes wine cask. I had money on a well a matured PX… Vibrant, very sweet but not overwhelming. The smooth sappy texture and extravagant fruitiness is just exceptional. Solid Irish whiskey.

[46% • 2014 • 2062 of 5000 Bottles • Non Coloured • Non Chill Filtered • Limited Release • Batch: 3]