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The Revival of the ‘Spirit of Dublin’ Continues

The Revival of the ‘Spirit of Dublin’ Continues
May 06
15:06 2016

Teeling Whiskey Company, Ireland’s leading independent award winning whiskey producer, has introduced ‘Spirit of Dublin’ Premium Irish Poitín, exclusively produced in its new distillery at Newmarket in Dublin. The Teeling Whiskey Distillery – the first new distillery in Dublin for over 125 years – started producing spirit on March 2015.

Poitín is a clear Irish spirit, famous for its alcohol strength. In homage to this authentic Irish spirit, the Teeling Whiskey Company has released a contemporary bottling of Poitín to help bring this unique Irish product out of the shadows.

TeelingWhiskeySpiritOfDublinPoitinThe Spirit of Dublin Irish Poitín is triple distilled in the distillery’s three copper pot stills and made from a traditional Dublin Pot Still recipe of unmalted and malted Irish barley, giving it a distinctively sweet cereal taste. Bottled straight from the still at 52.5% with no maturation process, the newest addition to the Teeling range is a surprisingly smooth spirit which can be enjoyed neat, with water or in a cocktail.

Jack Teeling, founder of the Teeling Whiskey Company, comments: “Poitín is at the heart of all true Irish spirits and will be the base for future whiskey releases from our new distillery. This Spirit of Dublin bottling gives people a sneak peek at what our new distillery is producing as well as showcasing a modern version of our unique and traditional white Irish spirit.”

The latest addition to the Teeling range can be purchased from the Teeling Distillery, Celtic Whiskey Shop, Dublin Airport and all good independent off-licences. The recommended retail price for the Spirit of Dublin Irish Poitin is €35.

The Teeling Whiskey Company was founded by Jack Teeling in 2012 to bring back an independent voice to the Irish whiskey category. His brother Stephen Teeling joined him in 2013 as sales & marketing director and is a co-owner in the business. The Teeling Whiskey Company aims to be Ireland’s leading independent Irish whiskey producer driving category choice and innovation through a selection of unique handcrafted small batch Irish whiskeys.

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