Tamdhu Single Malt Scotch Whisky has launched a limited-edition Single Cask expression to mark the model’s one hundred and twenty fifth anniversary – specifically chosen by the Tamdhu ‘Dedication Society’.
Following a complete tasting with enter from Dedication Society Members and Tamdhu’s Distillery Supervisor, Sandy McIntyre, Single Cask No: 5982 was chosen – a primary fill European Oak Sherry Butt with an outturn of 640 bottles.
Distilled on the twenty first November 2003, the Dedication Society Single Cask has notes of heat vanilla on the nostril, accompanied with stewed apples, treacle glaze, liquorice and waves of sherry.
On the palate, count on a full and balanced mouthful of spiced fruit loaf, plum jam, and completely balanced darkish chocolate. The whisky delivers a heat and lingering end with dried fruits and comfortable spice and – in fact – unmistakable sherry notes.
Sandy McIntyre, Tamdhu Distillery Supervisor, mentioned: “For our one hundred and twenty fifth anniversary, it was crucial that we consulted our most religious followers to bottle a single cask that celebrates Tamdhu’s wealthy historical past, and toasts to its thrilling future.
“The consequence, after a lot deliberation, is that this Dedication Society bottling. As a whisky, it embodies all that’s good about our distillation fashion and our dedication to full sherry maturation.”
Tamdhu Dedication Society Single Cask 2003 (70cl, 55.4% ABV, RRP £349) is barely available for purchase from the Tamdhu retailer. Solely 640 bottles will probably be out there for buy.