Teeling Distillery wins Irish Whiskey of the Year
by Jean Smullen
Published 20/10/2017

Pictured:  Kieran Hurley, Global Brand Ambassador and Alex Chasko, Master Distiller both from Teelings who have won the Overall Irish Whiskey of the Year Award

Dublin based Teeling Distillery has won the ‘Irish Whiskey of the Year’ for its Teeling The Revival Single Malt Volume IV. The distillery also received a Gold Medal for its Teeling Brabazon Bottling Series 2 in the Irish Single Malt Whiskey (12 Years & Younger) category.

 Jameson won two awards for Jameson Black Barrel as the Irish Blended Whiskey (RRP under €60) and Jameson Makers Series – The Cooper’s Croze for the Irish Blended Whiskey (RRP over €60).  

Dingle Distillery won both the Irish Vodka and Irish Gin awards while R&A Merry & Co in Clonmel were awarded Irish Liqueur for its Merry’s Salted Caramel.  Louth based Boann Distillery debuted with two Gold Medals for The Whistler Single Malt 7-Year-Old Cask Strength and Single Malt Aged 7 Years.

After four consecutive years of being named Connaught Whiskey Bar of the Year, Garavan’s in Galway won the overall ‘Irish Whiskey Bar of the Year’ award.  

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