Teeling Distillery opened April of 2015. With that said, a lot of the aged whiskey used here for Teeling Whiskey mixes are purchased from other distilleries.
I decided to visit Teeling Distillery after trying one of their whiskeys at the Irish Whiskey Museum. I purchased the Teeling Trinity Tasting for €20 (there are tastings options available; more info listed later in the post). With this package, I get to taste three types of Teeling Whiskeys: Small Batch, Single Grain, and Single Malt.
Whatever tasting you end up choosing, it comes with a tour of the distillery. A Teeling staff will inform you on the stages of Scotch production. Unlike the Guinness Storehouse or the Jameson Distillery, Teeling Distillery shows you actual machinery used for the Scotch-making process. This means you can smell the malted barley in the air, and see life-sized fermentation barrels.
Since this establishment is fairly new, it isn’t as busy compared to the Old Jameson Distillery or the Guinness Storehouse. My tour size was extremely small; it was just just three people, including my friend and I. This serves as an advantage because I could ask questions and the tour guide had so much time to explain in full detail.
€14 Teeling Tasting- Teeling Small Batch & Handcrafted Whiskey Cocktail
€20 Teeling Trinity Tasting- Teeling Small Batch, Single Grain, and Single Malt.
€30 Teeling Single Malt Tasting- Teeling Single Malt, The Revival Single Malt, and 21yo Single Malt
Location: 13-17 Newmarket, Dublin 8, Ireland