Tamdhu / Tamdhu

Tamdhu 10 Year Old Review

Tamdhu 10Tamdhu relaunched quite a while back and at the time I was really interested in the odd shaped bottle, a while later (around a year later to be honest) I was offered an official sample but thats still been sitting waiting on me getting round to it until now.

It's a very pleasant dram with dusty notes, sweet fruits and meatiness that balance it quite well, but it's let down a bit by being quite weak (at 40%) and lacks any real punch.

It's a dram you could drink a lot of, but i'd much prefer to drink it, had it been at 46% and I'm actually quite astonished that they didn't release it at a higher strength in the first place.

Thanks to Tamdhu for the official sample, and if you fancy trying it, the bottle will make an amazing lamp afterwards, why not try Royal Mile Whiskies who currently have it on offer.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

An initial note of really dusty oak furniture and a glass of flat cola, with light oak and freshly scraped vanilla pods and gentle flat leaf parsley and a hint of sweet melon and hints of oak wood

Palate

Sweet and sugary with oak wood spices, vanilla sugar, melon balls and Parma ham with a gentle note of spice in the background

Finish

Parma ham oaky wood and vanilla sugar

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Tamdhu 10 Year Old
Age: 10
ABV: 40.00
Distiller: Tamdhu
Bottler: Tamdhu
Type: Single Malt
From: Scotland, Speyside
Posted: 08/01/2015 by Tom



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