Teeling The Revival 14 Year Single Malt (Volume III)

Single Malt

Teeling // Ireland

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  1. LG17

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  2. 1809

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  3. AlainA

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  4. dschwartz31

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  5. JPratt15

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  7. swidden

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  8. ardbegplease

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  9. DramFine

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    Finishing in French fortified wine casks lends the 3rd of the Revival whiskies from Teeling has leant this otherwise tame whisky a breadth and scope that fills your palate with rich dried fruits. Sweetness of honey on the nose is wrapped with a delicate dark chocolate hint of bitterness. Hazelnut notes add a creaminess and body that lends the caramelised pineapple mid notes, that slowly trend into something soft and lingering. At 46% the sweetness and balanced body hide the ethanol, allowing this to be both rich and easy drinking.
  10. The_Rev

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    I've been trying to come up with something witty here, but this is just solid, good whiskey. Similar to the frankly disappointing single cask Teeling I had a while ago, there is a distinct white peach fruitiness here, but unlike that release (a white port cask), there is much more going on here. The dram evolves in the glass - an immense topsoil note presents itself immediately...a really deep earthiness. With a few minutes to breathe, this retreats and allows that fruitiness, along with woodiness, marshmallow-like sweetness and vanilla. This is a standout in the world of Irish whiskey, quite distinctive and and a testament to how Teeling's usage of unique barrels (I had to look up pineau de Charent) can yield memorable results.
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