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Teeling Brabazon Bottling Series 4

(70cl, 49.5%)

Teeling Brabazon Bottling Series 4
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Teeling Brabazon Series 4 Bottling Note

It's the fourth release in Teeling's Brabazon Bottling series, and this time the team in Dublin has got its hands on some rather interesting casks to finish its excellent single malt whiskey in. Carcavelos white Port casks, to be specific. Carcavelos is a style of Port which dates back to the 18th century, though it isn't a widely well-known as some other styles, which makes this expression all the more intriguing.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fresh melon and pear, with a drizzle of runny toffee. A subtle touch of citrus zestiness develops later on.

Palate: Softly oaky, with a hint of warm hay, swiftly followed by a wealth of crisp apple and white grape notes.

Finish: Subtly chocolatey on the finish, with a hint of stem ginger.

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Teeling Brabazon Bottling Series 4 Reviews

Master of Malt Customer
6th December 2022
Very original finish
I'd like to know the story behind the finishing here, Carcavelos is a fortified wine, but made near Lisbon (some 300km south of Porto), not in the Douro area where Port is made. Is it Carcavelos AND Port finish?

Still, credit to them for unearthing a wine for their barrel finish that is hard to find even in its native Portugal.

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