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Tag: Tamdhu Distillery

Our Selections for Sherried September Treats

If you’ve been thinking about breaking out the sherried whisky from its summer slumber, you’re in good company. We’ve got a whole bunch of ace sherried whiskies to enjoy during the chillier months…

As the fiercely mild September weather continues to cause a polite ruckus outside the window, we’re diving into autumn head-first. Everyone is wearing about five sweatshirts. We’ve spruced up the halls of MoM Towers with decorative gourds. Nobody is daring to go outside to forage lunch items for fear of frostbite and the bite of frostcrocodiles. It’s all very thrilling. However, none of this compares to the excitement of unearthing our favourite sherried whiskies from the cupboards where they sheltered from the harsh rays of the sun.

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Tamdhu Distillery: A tale of total transformation

Don’t call it a mere comeback: Tamdhu Distillery is restored, refreshed and ready to storm the single malt Scotch whisky scene…

Tamdhu Distillery has a long and storied history – and it is a tale that is both engaging and comprehensive. From its beginnings in 1896, the Sherry cask-focused Speyside distillery has attained success, relevance and significance, but also fell foul to long periods of closure when the stills fell silent. Most recently it was mothballed by Macallan-maker Edrington in 2010, but then re-entered production January 2012 under the ownership of Ian Macleod Distillers.
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