Teeling // Ireland
Poitín was first distilled in Ireland in the 17th century before being banned in 1661, and would be over 300 years before its production would be legalized again. In an effort to revive the production of Poitín in Ireland, Teeling has released its own version, consisting of a blend of 80% corn spirit triple distilled in column stills and 20% malted barley spirit double distilled in copper pot stills and immediately bottled after blending.
WhiteDistilled from a cereal mash bill comprised of any grain(s). Generally unaged except in the US, where it must age at least briefly in oak for an unspecified amount of time. Sometimes sold as "moonshine" although that is a misnomer.