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TAMDHU 1988 AGED 27 YEARS

TAMDHU 1988 AGED 27 YEARS



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Pronounced ‘Tam-doo’, Tamdhu distillery is over 100 years old though single malt wasn’t released by the distillery until 1976.  Whilst little known by consumers, and hard to find as a single malt, the spirit it is highly regarded by whisky blenders and is a constituent part in many top-end blends.


TASTING NOTES:
Nose: Butterscotch, stewed rhubarb and sweet vanilla.
Palate: Sweet red berries, toffee, dark chocolate and plums.
Finish: Long, dry and sweet with a hint of oak.

 

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY

Located in the parish of Knockando, the Tamdhu (pronounced Tam-doo) Distillery opened in 1896 with production starting in 1897. The Distillery now has a capacity to produce a massive four million litres of alcohol per year.

The opening of the Strathspey railway line encouraged distilling along the upper Spey Valley and Tamdhu Distillery was built during the whisky boom of the 1890's. In 1950 the floor maltings were replaced by Saladin boxes and the stills were increased from two to four in 1972 with an extra two being added in 1975.

The first Tamdhu Single Malt was released in 1976. Tamdhu whisky is generally a mild malt, with a clean Speyside character.

Since 1896 the distillery has been closed or mothballed several times, the most recent being March 2010 when it was mothballed.

Pronounced ‘Tam-doo’, Tamdhu distillery is over 100 years old though single malt wasn’t released by the distillery until 1976.  Whilst little known by consumers, and hard to find as a single malt, the spirit it is highly regarded by whisky blenders and is a constituent part in many top-end blends.


TASTING NOTES:
Nose: Butterscotch, stewed rhubarb and sweet vanilla.
Palate: Sweet red berries, toffee, dark chocolate and plums.
Finish: Long, dry and sweet with a hint of oak.

 

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY

Located in the parish of Knockando, the Tamdhu (pronounced Tam-doo) Distillery opened in 1896 with production starting in 1897. The Distillery now has a capacity to produce a massive four million litres of alcohol per year.

The opening of the Strathspey railway line encouraged distilling along the upper Spey Valley and Tamdhu Distillery was built during the whisky boom of the 1890's. In 1950 the floor maltings were replaced by Saladin boxes and the stills were increased from two to four in 1972 with an extra two being added in 1975.

The first Tamdhu Single Malt was released in 1976. Tamdhu whisky is generally a mild malt, with a clean Speyside character.

Since 1896 the distillery has been closed or mothballed several times, the most recent being March 2010 when it was mothballed.



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