Tamdhu 2009 Aged 10 Years Provenance Single Malt Scotch Whisky – Douglas Laing (700ml)
Volume: 700ml ABV: 46% Age: 10 Years Old Country: Scotland
Cask Number(s): 13376
Date of Distilling: 06/2009
Date of Bottling: 06/2019
Matured In: a refill hogshead
The bottler is Douglas Laing an independent bottler of fine Scotch whisky established in 1948. The concept is to enable whisky lovers around the world a chance to come as close as they can to sampling whisky as it was straight from the cask or having a whisky experience like no other.
Founded in 1896 the Tamdhu Distillery was created by a group of assemblers who were looking to engage in their own whisky production. Situated in Knockando, Banffshire, Scotland the distilleries name comes from the Gaelic for little dark hill. The distillery operated for many years before being closed between 1927 and 1947. Boasting 3 wash stills and 3 spirits stills the distillery produces around 4 million litres of pure alcohol per year, this is not a small distillery. Owned and operated by Ian MacLeod Distillers it is primarily used for producing blended whisky such as Famous Grouse, J & B and Cutty Sark. The majority of its single malt now being sold by independent bottlers and more recognisable as being matured in European oak ex sherry casks.
This ten year old single malt whisky was distilled back in June 2009 and set aside to mature in a refill hogshead for a decade. Only 409 bottles were produced at 46% ABV by Douglas Laing Independent bottlers. Part of the always tasty Provenance range.
Our Tasting Notes
Nose: Malty fresh with vanilla, light caramel, honey sweetness and citrus.
Palate: Creamy toffee, malted barley, citrus tart and lightly balanced oak.
Finish: Long with citrus, peppery spice and vanilla.
|Dimensions||34 × 12 × 12 cm|
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