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Issue 126 - Final chance to get snapping

Whisky Magazine Issue 126
March 2015


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Final chance to get snapping

Focus your attention on getting your images to us by 31 March 2015

We are delighted to announce a great new sponsor for this year's annual photographic challenge with Irish whiskey upstarts Teeling Whiskey bringing a true independent spirit to the 2015 challenge.

Since 1782 the Teeling family have been crafting Irish whiskey. The Teelings are renowned for their vision in doing things differently and their whiskeys embody this entrepreneurial spirit. All their whiskeys are bottled at 46 per cent with no chill filtration showcasing the true character of the whiskey. The latest generation of Teelings, Jack and Stephen, are leading the Irish whiskey renaissance with the first new distillery in Dublin for over 125 years, and excitement is growing to see what will come out of their new stills over the next few years.

This year's challenge set by Teeling Whiskey is to try to capture the independent spirit of the whiskey industry whether it be on your phone, video, digital camera or ‘old school' film camera. For an industry renowned for its craft and spirited individuals, we are excited to see what images are submitted this time around.

This year we are giving away some fantastic prizes which come from the award winning Teeling Vintage Reserve range. These are some of the oldest ever bottled Irish Single Malts.

How to enter

Upload your photos and find the competition rules at:

The closing date for entries is: 31 March, 2015


1st Prize
Teeling 30 Years Old Single Malt
(One of only 250 bottles)


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