Get Your Hands On the Oldest Irish Single Malt Ever Bottled

Six presidents, the internet, and three-and-a-half decades later…

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The Teeling family started making whiskey in 1782, but neither they nor anybody else has ever bottled an Irish Single Malt as old as old as this one: Distilled in ’83, Teeling’s 34-year Old Vintage Single Malt is rare — 38 bottles-type-rare — so don’t expect a bottle to wind up at your local liquor store. But if you’re yearning for a taste of bottled history or just some old-fashioned bragging rights, the price tag of $5,000 may prove palatable.

Teeling’s 34-year Single Malt will be available for purchase March 1 in the U.S.

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