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Teeling Whiskey release Wonders of Wood Series 3 - Swedish Oak!

Teeling Whiskey have announced that their third edition in the Wonders of Wood series of Single Pot Still Whiskeys and is now available in Ireland & the US, following it’s initial release in Sweden earlier this year.

This continues it's journey and builds on its reputation in crafting unique and interesting expressions of Irish whiskey, that explore the full spectrum of flavours that Irish whiskey can offer.

The Wonders of Wood series is part of this innovative mission to push the boundaries of flavour, by utilising unique styles of wood for the maturation of the award-winning Teeling Single Pot Still Whiskey. Each bottling of the Wonders of Wood series is closely tied to our sustainable efforts, where each bottle of Wonders of Wood purchased will facilitate us to work with the Tree Council of Ireland in the reforestation of designated areas across Ireland.

The Teeling Wonders of Wood Series 3 Swedish Oak will be available across select Irish & US retailers with a wider release to other Teeling markets later in 2024.

The third edition of the Wonders of Wood bottlings consists of Single Pot Still crafted from a recipe of 50% malted barley and 50% un-malted barley, which has been triple distilled in the Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Dublin and then matured in virgin Swedish oak barrels. Swedish Oak is a very rare white oak, native to the Nordic Region of Europe, which is denser and more robust compared to oak from other regions. When used for maturation it produces a distinctive candied ginger and almond treacle character.

Tasting Notes

Nose: Light floral notes with citrus fruits, hints of caramel and cooked barley.

Taste: Rich and full flavoured with herbs, candied ginger, almond and treacle.

Finish: Dry finish with light black pepper spice and nutmeg.

Wonders of Wood Series 3, RRP €80, is available to purchase here. Also available in James J Foxes and Celtic Whiskey Shop amongst other great Whiskey stockists.

Slán go fóill.


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