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Tamdhu 25 Year Old 1988 - Old & Rare Platinum (Hunter Laing)

(70cl, 53.4%)

Tamdhu 25 Year Old 1988 - Old & Rare Platinum (Hunter Laing)

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Tamdhu 25YO 1988 H.L Bottling Note

An Old & Rare Platinum bottling from Hunter Laing of 25 year old Tamdhu single malt Scotch whisky. It was distilled in September 1988, matured in a sherry butt for 25 years and bottled at natural cask strength in October 2013, producing 287 handsome bottles, all housed in handsome wooden presentation boxes.

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18th November 2016

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This was an underwhelming dram. If I was poured this blind I would say it was a young whisky. Not a huge amount of oak, not a great amount of sherry and very spirity. At a guess I would say it was a second or third fill cask. Once you add enough water to get over the spirit you get the sherry notes and a hint of tarragon. Personally I prefer the Aberlour A'Bunadh at 1/5th of the price. Nice box though even though the certificate inside was squint ;-)

18th November 2016

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