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Tamnavulin 13 Year Old 2009 Single Cask (Master of Malt) Whisky

(70cl, 54.8%)

Tamnavulin 13 Year Old 2009 Single Cask (Master of Malt)

Tamnavulin 13yo 2009 MoM Bottling Note

Distilled at Tamnavulin on the banks of Speyside's River Livet, a superb 13-year-old single malt found its way into our collection of casks. Matured in a refill hogshead between 2009 and 2022, 381 bottles are now here at MoM Towers, waiting to find a new home.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Creamy rice pudding, soft peaches, and fresh apricot are followed by Rich Tea biscuits, delicately floral honey, and a hint of citrus zest.

Palate Rich butterscotch opens the gates for a flood of vanilla fudge while enjoyable dustings of baking spice bring a touch of heat beside buttery, peppery oak.

Finish Creamy barley rides throughout, with silky, oaken vanilla aplenty.

Reviews for Tamnavulin 13 Year Old 2009 Single Cask (Master of Malt)
Absolutely Splendid!
I have loved Tamnavulin for quite some time. While many take issue with the sweetness of the newer iterations, I find them to be quite refreshing. This age statement version is an absolute must for any collector that likes a nice, strong and flavourful Tamnavulin made whisky.
Scott C , United Kingdom
9 months ago
A nice rare naturally presented Tamnavulin
Nose: fresh cream, lemon citrus, malt vinegar. Palate: Really creamy vanilla that clings to the mouth, butteries, gentle pepper spices, lovely cereal notes. A really nice dram.
Alasdair , United Kingdom
11 months ago
Marvellous. Like the Tamnavulin of old
I was one of the few who liked the old Tamnavulin before it was mothballed. I regularly bought Gordon and MacPhail cask-strength Tamnavulin in the old days. My favourite tipple. I was downright disappointed with new stuff when it re-opened. Too sweet, too dark, too much trying to appeal to new customers. Bu this 13 year-old is the real thing. Light coloured, and subtle flavoured. Almost like an Islay in phenol, but not peaty or seaweedy. Most of you won't like it. You had better leave it for me to drink instead.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago

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