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In the 19th century, whiskey from Dublin was globally regarded as the pinnacle of whisky. There were nearly 40 distilleries in the Irish capital, including the one of the Teeling family. Eventually it went downhill with the Dublin whiskey. In 1976 the last distillery closed its doors. At the beginning of this century, a descendant of the Teeling family had the idea to restore Dublin whiskey by setting up a new distillery that would traditionally produce Irish single malt. In 2015, the new Teeling Distillery opened its doors. In the run-up to that, Teeling released several single malts that were produced by distilleries elsewhere in Ireland.
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