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Like many other Speyside distilleries, the Tamdhu Distillery was founded at the end of the 19th century on the waves of the 'whisky boom' of the time. And like so many distilleries, Tamdhu has experienced several closing periods over the years, the last from 2009 to 2012. Also like many Speyside distilleries, Tamdhu was initially built to supply single malt whisky to the blending industry (Famous Grouse) , J&B, Cutty Sark for example). Only in 1976 the first Tamdhu single malt Scotch whisky is released. The Tamdhu whisky matures almost exclusively on sherry casks.
Speyside distillery Tamdhu matures its spirit only in sherry casks. This 10-year standard bottling is a good example: flavors such as raisins, cinnamon, chocolate, dark fruit and mandarin make it a malt to drink with friends. At 40%.
Speyside distillery Tamdhu makes its single malt whisky to mature almost exclusively in sherry casks. This also applies to his 12-year-old standard bottling. For those who love sherried whisky: this is a pleasantly drinkable, nicely balanced dram.
Speyside distillery Tamdhu, specialized in sherryed single malt whisky, releases a whisky with a modern profile. It matured in sherry casks for 15 years. In addition to the abundant sherry influences, this also results in an oily mouthfeel.
A special Tamdhu single malt whisky in several respects, this Murray McDavid bottling. It matured on a bourbon cask, while sherry casks are the standard at Tamdhu. It was finished on an organic bourbon cask. And moreover it is 31 years old.
An oldie, this Tamdhu single malt whisky. Not in terms of age, we don't know that, but in terms of bottling year (2005). This Tamdhu was once the cheapest entry-single malt on the market. Now no longer the cheapest, but still a good entry-level dram. 40%
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