Teeling Whiskey has picked up the honour of World’s Best Irish Whiskey across four categories at the 2021 World Whiskies Awards (WWA).
These awards were given to its 28-Year-Old Single Malt, in the 21 years and older Single Malt category, along with the prize for World’s Best Irish Single Malt, no age statement, for its recently released Dublin distilled Teeling Blackpitts Peated Single Malt. Teeling also claimed the top award as the World’s Best Irish Single Grain for its multi-award winning Single Grain, as well as the World’s Best Blended Irish Whiskey Limited Release title for its Small Batch Pineapple Rum Collaboration.
The World Whiskies Awards is an annual celebration of the best in whiskies from across the globe.
Hundreds of Irish whiskeys were considered for the ultimate title of world’s best, with Teeling Whiskey continuing to reaffirm its reputation as a world class producer of Irish whiskey by walking away with top awards in both the Irish Single Malt and emerging Irish Single Grain categories.
Jack Teeling, founder of Teeling Whiskey, said: “We are thrilled that our Teeling Whiskeys continue to be recognised as the Best Irish whiskeys in the world. To date, we have won over 300 international awards for our whiskeys, reflecting all the hard work and dedication that goes into the production of every single bottle of Teeling Whiskey.
“It is very rewarding to be recognised by both our domestic and international counterparts, which allows us to continue to lead the charge for the new generation of Irish whiskey producers. Despite the ongoing challenges posed for our industry, 2021 is set to be another landmark year for us as we continue to release new expressions of Teeling Whiskey to cater for the growing interest in unique Irish whiskeys.”