Tamdhu Batch Strength

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10957
Tamdhu
Scotland, Speyside
Single Malt Whisky
58.8%
0.7 l
Original bottling
Sherry
Chill filtration - WithoutArtifical colouring - Without
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Nosing
Sherry:
Fruit:
Berries:
Sweet:
Vanilla:
Raisin:
Cake:
Oak:
Alcohol:
Caramel:
Nuts:
Peach:
Peat Smoke:
Grape:
Grapefruit:
Spices:
Zitrus:
Tasting
Fruit:
Orange:
Spices:
Zitrus:
Sherry:
Dried Fruit:
Sweet:
Caramel:
Chili:
Honey:
Malt:
Nuts:
Finish
Fruit:
Malt:
Nuts:
Oil:
Sherry:
Coffee:
Dark Chocolate:
Dried Fruit:
Oak:
Sweet:
Vanilla:
Herb:

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05. May 2015
Nosing:
SherryVanillaCaramelSpicesNutsFruitBerriesPeach
Taste:
SpicesFruit

Nosing:
Red berries, citrus fruits, raisins and walnuts. Vanilla, oak, cookie dough and some pecan.
Taste:
Full-bodied and rounded with sherry, spices and dried fruit. Notes of apricot, orange and creme brulee.
Finish:
Long lasting, fruity and full of biscuit, malt, toast and jam.

20. Jul 2016
Nosing: SherryCaramelVanillaNutsPeachFruitBerries
Initially lots of sweet sherry and vanilla caramel. Reminds me of Werthers Originals. There's also fruitiness, peach, nectarine and mixed red berries. Pecan nuttiness. Very approachable.

Taste: SherryCaramelFruitNuts
Intense and sweet butterscotch arival, transitions into fruitiness with orange and apricot flavours. A general nutty note which just edges towards bitterness, but never quite gets there. Mouth coating.


Finish: OakDried FruitVanilla
Medium length and creamy with vanilla, dried fruits mellow oakiness.

Comment:
Super impressed with this one, I picked it out because I'm a fan of the A'bunadh which is also a cask strength sherried malt. This however is a very different beast, vastly different flavour profile but brilliant. You could have this for desert and not know the difference. Will take a decent amount of water without losing its potency.
26. Jul 2017
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03. Nov 2015