Teeling Whiskey Unveils Teeling Renaissance 4 – The Fourth Bottling in their Award-Winning
Renaissance Single Malt Series

Teeling Renaissance 4 Irish Whiskey Blogger Stuart McNamara

Teeling Whiskey, has just unveiled Teeling Renaissance 4, the fourth bottling of “The Renaissance”, a limited edition award-winning series of unique Irish Single Malts.  The series, launched in 2019, is crafted to celebrate the true global Renaissance of Teeling, Dublin and Irish whiskey as it continues to be the fastest growing premium spirit in the world, supported by the vibrancy of the many new entrants to the category. The Renaissance Series, fourth bottling follows on from the first three award-winning releases which were honoured with awards such as gold at both the 2020 International Wine and Spirits Competition and the 2020 Irish Whiskey Masters, as well as the recent honour of the “Irish Whiskey Single Malt Master” at the 2021 Irish Whiskey Masters.

Launched in 2019 the Teeling Whiskey Renaissance is a celebratory bottling series released to mark the true Renaissance of Dublin as the epicentre of world-class, city-based distilling. Irish Whiskey has continued its amazing success story as the fastest growing premium spirits category in the world and since the Teeling Whiskey brand was reborn in 2012 the category has doubled. With the added energy and vibrancy now in the category from the numerous new entrants, Irish Whiskey has truly entered a period of Renaissance and this bottling celebrates this success.

Each release in the series will consist of rare aged Irish Single Malt that has had unique cask maturation and bottled at 46%. Each bottling comes in a high end, distinctive decanter style packaging.

The Renaissance is a key part of Teeling Whiskey’s range of award-winning Irish whiskeys, which have collected over 350 international awards in the last eight years including the title of “World’s Best Single Malt” at the 2019 World Whiskies Awards and four “World’s Best Irish Whiskey” honours at the 2021 World Whiskies Awards.  The fourth bottling of The Renaissance Series consists of 18-Year-Old Single Malt that was aged initially in ex-bourbon barrels for over 16 years before being finished in high quality ex-red Pineau des Charentes fortified wine casks, imparting pressed grape and candied dried fruit flavours of apricot and pineapple character. Limited to just 9,000 bottles, the resulting Single Malt is then bottled at 46% with no chill filtration, a signature of all Teeling Whiskeys. (RRP of €140.00 for a 70cl decanter bottle in gift box)

Jack Teeling, Founder and Managing Director of Teeling Whiskey, commented;We are honoured to be launching the fourth release of our very popular and award-winning Renaissance Series of aged Single Malts. These releases are a celebratory bottling series that mark the true Renaissance of Dublin as the epicentre for world-class, city-based whiskey distillation. These whiskeys have established themselves as the Golden Standard of Irish Single Malts over the last two years.

As the leader of the new wave of Dublin whiskey distillers, we look forward to contributing to and helping the continued Renaissance of Teeling, Dublin and Irish whiskey. With our Dublin distilled Irish whiskey now being celebrated and enjoyed around the world, we are experiencing a new chapter in Teeling Whiskey which is perfectly encapsulated in our Renaissance bottlings.”

 Bottled in a very unique tall decanter bottle, this bottle of Irish Single Malt stands tall and proud on any shelf. With a RRP of €140.00 for a 70cl decanter bottle in gift box, The Teeling Renaissance 4 18-Year-Old Single Malt will be available in Ireland at the Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Dublin 8, The Celtic Whiskey Shop. Irishmalts.com and premium independent Irish off-licences. It will also be rolled out to key International Markets such as the Belgium, UK, Holland, France, Denmark, Italy, Russia and select Asian markets.

Teeling Renaissance 4, 18 YO Single Malt – Series 4 – Official Tasting Notes

Nose: Candy dry fruits and pressed grape with floral notes.

Taste: Apricot, pineapple and toasted almonds with clove spice.

Finish: Dry finish with a return of soft spices and hints of sweet cherries.

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Stuart McNamara (@WhiskeyBlogger) is an international Whiskey Blogger who edits several International Whisk(e)y and Whiskey Tourism sites including IrishWhiskey.com and WhiskeyBlogger.com. He is Chair of the Irish Craft And Artisan Distilleries Association (ICADA) and is an elected member of the National Council of ISME, the Irish SME Association. He is also the creator and editor of International Irish Whiskey Day which is celebrated on 3/3 or 3rd March each year and had a global social media reach in 2021 of over 20 Million. He is a Director of Portmagee Whiskey and has also acted as both a brand and product development consultant to several other Irish Whiskey and other spirits producers.

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