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In the 1960s there was a great demand among whisky blenders for more single malt whisky. To meet this demand, the Tamnavulin Distillery was built in 1966 in Livet, Speyside, with a production capacity of 4 million liters of alcohol per year. Much of that goes to the blending industry, for example Whyte & Mackay. In the Whiskybase 1988 is mentioned as the year of the earliest release of a Tamnavullin distillery bottling. In addition to distillery bottlings, quite a few independent bottlings have been released.
A good introduction to the single malt whisky from Speyside distillery Tamnavulin, this Double Cask edition. Certainly also considering the price. The whisky matured in bourbon casks and was finished in sherry casks. At 40% no powerhouse, but a light dram
Established in the last century as a supplier to the blended whisky industry, Speyside distillery Tamnavulin has already released quite a few single malt whisky bottlings. In early 2020, Tamnavulin released another batch in their Sherry Cask Edition. 40%
The Tamnavulin distillery was established in 1966 to supply single malt whisky for blends such as Whyte & Mackay. Since 1988, Tamnavulin has also been releasing distillery bottlings. Like this one. A single malt finished in red wine casks. (40%, 1 Ltr)
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