Single Pot Still
Dublin Whiskey is Reborn with Auction of First Dublin Distilled Whiskey from the Teeling Whiskey Distillery
Unique opportunity to own a piece of Irish whiskey history while donating to very worthwhile causes
Teeling Whiskey, Ireland’s leading progressive whiskey producer, has announced that it will be celebrating the coming of age of its Single Pot Still by auctioning off the first one hundred celebratory bottles to whiskey fans worldwide. Partnering with www.WhiskyAuctioneer.com, the auction, which will run from the 31st of August until the 10th of September, will see all profits raised from the sale donated to charitable causes based where the Teeling Whiskey Distillery is located in Dublin’s Liberties.
The arrival of Teeling Whiskey Single Pot Still, the first Dublin distilled whiskey from the Teeling Whiskey Distillery, is a landmark occasion for Ireland’s whiskey industry and in particular for Dublin. Dublin whiskey and its distilleries were at the forefront of the previous golden era for Irish whiskey in the 19th century and it was a very dark day for Irish whiskey when during the 1970s these last remaining distilleries closed their doors. The opening of the Teeling Whiskey Distillery in 2015 marked a new chapter in the history of Dublin whiskey distilling, firmly putting Dublin and Teeling Whiskey at the forefront of a new wave of distilleries, that are driving a new golden era for Irish whiskey.
By purchasing one of the first celebratory Teeling Single Pot Still bottles, Irish whiskey drinkers and collectors can avail of a rare opportunity to own a piece of Irish whiskey history while contributing to very worthy causes. The online auction, which is open to Irish whiskey fans from around the world, will run for two weeks and will be the first time an Irish whiskey distillery will auction off its first ever bottling. This is the first release of Teeling Single Pot Still Whiskey, produced from a recipe of 50% un-malted barley and 50% malted barley, a uniquely Irish mash bill made famous by Dublin distillers, distilled in 2015 in the Teeling Whiskey Distillery and aged fully for over 3 years in a high quality and unique ex-Muscat barrel.
The online auction will run for two weeks from the 31st of August to the 10th of September and will be the first time an Irish whiskey distillery will auction off its first ever bottling. To find out more information on the Teeling Whiskey Single Pot Still auction, visit www.teelingwhiskey.com or www.whiskyauctioneer.com.
When does the auction begin? How long does it run for?
Our Celebratory Single Pot Still Auction starts on Thursday 31st of August 2018 and will end on Monday 10th of September 2018 at 12 noon.
How does this online whiskey auction work?
Teeling Whiskey is collaborating with www.whiskyauctioneer.com, one of the leading online whiskey auction houses, to run this very special auction on our behalf. The auction goes live on Thursday 31st of August 2018 and will end on Monday 10th of September 2018 at 12 noon. The highest bidder at the close of the auction is then notified and asked for payment.
Where do I register to become a bidder?
You can register for free on www.whiskyauctioneer.com by providing a few personal details; name, email address etc. Once this has been done you will have created a customer account which you can use to log in and bid on items.
How does the bidding system work?
- Enter the maximum price you would be prepared to pay for a bottle of our Celebratory Single Pot Still.
- Each bottle number will be clearly identified on the www.whiskyauctioneer.com website (for example, you may be willing to pay more for a certain number over another).
- Once you place your maximum bid, the system in place automatically increases the amount of the Lot incrementally until it reaches your maximum bid.
- At this point, you become the winning bidder or you will be outbid by another bidder.
- Once your bid is confirmed, you will instantly see whether or not you are the highest bidder, or if you have yet to meet the reserve.
- When you are outbid Whisky Auctioneer will notify you by email. If the auction has not yet ended you will be able to increase your maximum bid should you wish to do so.
When does an auction end?
The end date of the current auction will always be clearly displayed on the orange notification bar at the foot of the website. The auction will end on Monday 10th of September 2018 at 12 noon. Once 12noon is reached, activity on any item will prolong the ENTIRE auction by a further 2 minutes. The entire auction will end when there has been no activity placed within the last two minutes after 12noon and can take a couple of hours after the designated time to end.
How long does it take to receive my successful lot?
If you are successful, once payment is received by Whisky Auctioneer your Celebratory Single Pot Still will be dispatched within 7 working days.
How much is delivery?
If you have any more questions about the auction you can contact the auction house directly via firstname.lastname@example.org