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Teaninich

The Teaninich Distillery is one shrouded in mystery. Founded in 1817, the Highland single malt whisky producer today has an annual capacity of 10.2 million litres and distills for brands including Haig Dimple, VAT 69 and Johnnie Walker. Despite its size and stature (it’s Diageo’s third-largest whisky distillery, covering more than 20 acres), there’s not much out there about Teaninich as a whisky in its own right – which is rather a shame as the liquid exudes as much character and body as its two illustrious near-neighbours: Dalmore and Glenmorangie.

It was Captain Hugh Munro, head of the local clan, who set up Teaninich more than 200 years ago. Fun fact: in 1887 it became the first distillery north of Inverness to have electricity and a telephone. Teaninich remained in Munro family hands up until 1904, when Robert Innes Cameron, formerly a major shareholder, became the sole owner. After his death in 1932, the site was acquired by Distillery Company Limited the following year. Teaninich was passed from pillar to post through various mergers and acquisitions during the latter part of the 20th century, and today the distillery is of course owned by Diageo.

If Teaninich is well-known for anything it is surely its unique blend of historic whisky distilling and cutting-edge technology – for example, it is one of just two Scotch distilleries to up its efficiency through using a mash filter instead of a mash tun or lauter tun. This focus on modernity has only accelerated in recent years: in 2013 Diageo invested £26 million in the site, essentially constructing a brand new, six-still-strong stillhouse and more than doubling capacity. In total, the site boasts 20 washbacks, six wash stills and six spirit stills, and 90% of its incoming barley is grown in Scotland.

Teaninich is one of those rare whiskies where official bottlings are outranked by third-party products – and there aren’t even that many of those. Diageo has only launched one official expression from its Flora and Fauna range, and a 17 year old forms part of the Special Releases 2017 collection.

Teaninich 10 Year Old - Flora and Fauna

70cl, 43%

A rare 10 year old from the Eastern Highland distillery, Teaninich. The Flora and Fauna series are becoming increasingly rare.  More info

Teaninich 10 Year Old - Flora and Fauna
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$53.57

Teaninich 10 Year Old 2007 - Strictly Limited (Càrn Mòr)

70cl, 46%

An interesting example of independently bottled Teaninich single malt, drawn from a pair of hogshead casks which were filled in 2007 and cracked open after 10 years of maturation in 2017. You don't…  More info

Teaninich 10 Year Old 2007 - Strictly Limited (Càrn Mòr)
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$44.32

Teaninich 10 Year Old 2007 (casks 702715 & 702716) - Un-Chillfiltered Collection (Signatory)

70cl, 46%

This is an independent bottling of 10 year old single malt from the Teaninich distillery, drawn from a pair of hogshead casks. It was distilled in November 2007 and bottled in March 2018 by Signatory…  More info

Teaninich 10 Year Old 2007 (casks 702715 & 702716) - Un-Chillfiltered Collection (Signatory)
$41.76

Teaninich 17 Year Old 1999 (Special Release 2017)

70cl, 55.9%

When word reached MoM Towers that Diageo's 2017 Special Releases would include a Teaninich expression, we were near-aghast with anticipation. Official Teaninich bottlings just don't exist (outside of…  More info

Teaninich 17 Year Old 1999 (Special Release 2017)
$298.62

Teaninich 9 Year Old 2008 (bottled 2017) - Hepburn's Choice (Langside)

70cl, 46%

This is an independently bottled Teaninich single malt Scotch whisky, which was distilled in 2008 and set aside to age in a single refill butt. 9 years later, in 2017, Langside came along and bottled…  More info

Teaninich 9 Year Old 2008 (bottled 2017) - Hepburn's Choice (Langside)
$46.55

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 20236) - Tantalus (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 51.6%

From the Duncan Taylor Tantalus range comes a 40 year old Teaninich single malt Scotch whisky, which was distilled way back in 1973. These Tantalus bottles all come presented in hand-blown glass…  More info

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 20236) - Tantalus (Duncan Taylor)
$1,105.67

Teaninich 18 Year Old 1999 (cask 14770) - Old Malt Cask (Hunter Laing)

70cl, 50%

An independent bottling of single malt from the Teaninich distillery, matured in a single cask laid down in July 1999. 18 years later, in February 2018, Hunter Laing cracked open that cask and…  More info

Teaninich 18 Year Old 1999 (cask 14770) - Old Malt Cask (Hunter Laing)
$84.87

Teaninich 23 Year Old 1973 - Rare Malts

70cl, 57.1%

A cask strength bottling from the Teaninich distillery, matured for 23 years and released as part of Diageo's Rare Malts range.  More info

Teaninich 23 Year Old 1973 - Rare Malts
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Teaninich 2009 (bottled 2017) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail)

70cl, 46%

A 2009 vintage Teaninich, matured until 2017 before being bottled by Gordon & MacPhail for the Connoisseurs Choice range. You don't get to see much Teaninich single malt these days, so it's always a…  More info

Teaninich 2009 (bottled 2017) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail)
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$37.49
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Teaninich 32 Year Old 1983 (cask 6738) (Adelphi)

70cl, 47.8%

It's not all that common to see single malt Teaninich - but lookee what we've got here! The whisky before your eyes in a 32 year old single malt from Teaninich, distilled in 1983 (a few years before…  More info

Teaninich 32 Year Old 1983 (cask 6738) (Adelphi)
$265.44
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Teaninich 10 Year Old 2006 - Small Batch (WM Cadenhead)

70cl, 46%

10 year old Teaninich, independently bottled by WM Cadenhead for their Small Batch range with an outturn of 684 bottles. Teaninich isn't seen very often as a single malt, but is featured in a…  More info

Teaninich 10 Year Old 2006 - Small Batch (WM Cadenhead)
$49.95
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Teaninich 2008 (bottled 2016) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail)

70cl, 46%

Single malt Scotch whisky from the Teaninich distillery, distilled in 2008 and bottled in 2016 as part of the Connoisseurs Choice range by Gordon & MacPhail. You don't often see Teaninich whisky, so…  More info

Teaninich 2008 (bottled 2016) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail)

Teaninich 30 Year Old 1983 (cask 10438) - Xtra Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 53.8%

A Douglas Laing bottling of Teaninich 30 year old single malt Scotch whisky, bottled for the Xtra Old Particular range. It was distilled in November 1983, a year before the B side of the distillery…  More info

Teaninich 30 Year Old 1983 (cask 10438) - Xtra Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 20237) - Celebration Of The Cask (Càrn Mòr)

70cl, 54%

Bottled as part of the Celebration of the Cask range by Càrn Mòr, this is a 40 year old Teaninich single malt which spent all that time in a single, sizeable sherry puncheon. 200 well aged bottles of…  More info

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 20237) - Celebration Of The Cask (Càrn Mòr)

Teaninich 2006 (bottled 2014) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & Macphail)

70cl, 46%

Not often you get to see Teaninich single malt, is it? Well here you go, an independent bottling of their Highland whisky from Gordon & MacPhail, which was distilled in 2006 and bottled at 46% ABV in…  More info

Teaninich 2006 (bottled 2014) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & Macphail)
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Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 - Old & Rare Platinum (Hunter Laing)

70cl, 48.9%

It's not every day you see Teaninich single malt Scotch whisky, as a lot of the distillery's produce ends up in some very well known and well loved blends. However, some of the whisky does make it to…  More info

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 - Old & Rare Platinum (Hunter Laing)
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Teaninich 2004 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon and MacPhail)

70cl, 46%

While a lot of their whisky goes into Johnnie Walker blends, the Teaninich distiller produces some very lovely single malt Scotch whiskies which are often released by independent bottlers. This…  More info

Teaninich 2004 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon and MacPhail)
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Teaninich 30 Year Old 1982 (cask 9323) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 47.8%

Distilled at the Teaninich distillery in December 1982, this is a 30 year old, single cask Speyside malt. It was aged in a refill butt before bottling for the Directors Cut range in late 2012. A…  More info

Teaninich 30 Year Old 1982 (cask 9323) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing)

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 10234) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 48.9%

This is an independent bottling of 40 (yes, 40!) year old Teaninich single malt Scotch whisky, matured in a single refill butt from December 1973 until March 2014. It was distilled before the older…  More info

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 10234) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing)

Teaninich 23 Year Old 1972 - Rare Malts 75cl

75cl, 65%

A Rare Malts bottling - perhaps even rare still! This is a 75cl 23 year old from the days of yore. The alcoholic strength even has 2 decimal places. The Teaninich distillery is known for its grassy…  More info

Teaninich 23 Year Old 1972 - Rare Malts 75cl
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Teaninich 38 Year Old 1973 (Boisdale Collection)

70cl, 40.1%

Teaninich is a popular whisky with blenders however this bottle has been bottled by Berry Brothers and Rudd for the London Scottish restaurant chain Boisdale.  More info

Teaninich 38 Year Old 1973 (Boisdale Collection)

Teaninich 29 Year Old 1982 (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

70cl, 47.7%

A 1982 vintage of Teaninich from Berry Brothers & Rudd, bottled in 2012.  More info

Teaninich 29 Year Old 1982 (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

Teaninich 29 Year Old 1983 (cask 8071) - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

70cl, 57.5%

A cask strength bottling of Teaninich from independent bottler Signatory. Distilled on the 7th of December 1983 and bottled on the 4th of April in 2013, this single cask produced an outturn of 471…  More info

Teaninich 29 Year Old 1983 (cask 8071) - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

Teaninich 28 Year Old 1983 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 48%

The Dimension Collection from Duncan Taylor often throws up some outstanding whiskies and this 28-year-old Teaninich is a good example. This non-chill filtered single malt offers a superb,…  More info

Teaninich 28 Year Old 1983 - Dimensions  (Duncan Taylor)
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Teaninch 28 Year Old 1983 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 49.1%

Distilled in November 1983 and aged for 28 years in a single cask before bottling, there are just 274 bottles of this Teaninich. Bottled for the Dimensions range from Duncan Taylor.  More info

Teaninch 28 Year Old 1983 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

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