Tamdhu 50 Year Old: Anniversary Edition of the very finest
120th anniversary of Tamdhuis celebrated with a premium release
It is aas it is not released every day: Tamdhu 50 Year Old is a release that is limited to 100 bottles. Probably very very few of our readers will have a purchasing budget big enough to buy one of these Tamdhu’s: the price for the anniversary release is £16.000.
Tamdhu’s sherry cask tradition to be proceeded
Tamdhu 50 Year Old was matured in a whisky the distillery has ever released. So it really is an appreciate release for this big anniversary Macleods Distillers’ Tamdhu Distillery celebrates this year: founded in 1897 it looks back on a venerable of 120 years. It hasn’they been in the ownership of the company the whole time of course. After Tamdhu was mothballed in 2010 after having been in for nearly all time Ian Macleod took over the silent distillery from Edrington. Since 2011 Tamdhu is back on the stage and returning to its typical style. The new original release Tamdhu 10 Year Old has been matured in sherry casks as the Tamdhu Bask Strength as well.Sherry from . With a time of five decades it is the oldest
Taste is probably subordinate for most buyers of Tamdhu 50 Year Old
The official single malt whisky. The release was without any doubt primarily created for . The expensive styling of the bottle and the packaging speak a clear language. The crystal decanter was designed by glass artist Katy Holford, the silversmith work was done by the jewellery house Hamilton & Inche’s. The Tamdhu 50 Year Old was now presented in Hamilton & Inche’s luxury showroom.notes tell about cloves, liquorice, espresso and baked apples. In the cocoa, ginger, walnuts and maple syrup show up. But it can be assumed that most buyers won’t open their bottle of Tamdhu 50 Year Old and will never experience the of this special