Get Your Hands On the Oldest Irish Single Malt Ever Bottled

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


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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