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Tamnavulin Double Cask

(70cl, 40%)

Tamnavulin Double Cask

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Tamnavulin Double Cask Bottling Note

Tamnavulin Double Cask was the first release from the distillery since the 1990s! Over the past 20 or so years, the distillery changed hands from Invergordon Distillers to Whyte & MacKay, closed a few years later and reopened in 2007. Much of its single malt output is used in blends, but a few casks of single malt would sneak out as indie bottlings to allow us a rare taste of Tamnavulin - but now they've got their very own expression! They initially mature the whisky in American oak barrels before treating it to a finishing period in sherry casks.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Chocolate mousse, extra thick double cream with a dusting of brown sugar, stewed apples and blackberries.

Palate: Christmas pudding, chocolate brownies, yellow plum and toffee-coated barley.

Finish: Spiced rum sweetness lingers on the finish.

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Tamnavulin Double Cask Reviews

Harmonious

One of the best whiskys at this price. The balance of flavours is so good. I like it with a small piece of ice.

9th August 2022

Sherried chocolate heaven.

A wonderful whisky for the price. Great depth and complexity.

12th June 2022

Not hood.

Beautiful Amber colour, but that's the nicest thing about it. Tastes more like a blended whisky. Rough.


7th February 2022

Value for money

Not particularly memorable but definitely 'nice'. A drink to have while you're doing something else rather thana main event.

Great value though

16th January 2022

Good malt.

Just as good of my normal one I purchase. Will definitly buy it again.
Smooth taste and pallet

5th January 2022

Very, very good.

It's a cracker. Sherry sweetness, but not too much, well balanced flavour profile. At £20 it's a steal. A permanent position on my whisky shelf. Try it!

17th October 2021

What's to critise

First ever taste this eve and must say at the price point how can you critise? I personally found a juicy, smooth sherries dram with a spiced finish and would definitely purchase again

15th September 2021

£20 it's always on my shopping list as a treat

Typical Speyside whisky , fruity notes with sweet marzipan and toffee . Ticks all the boxes as a non age statement malt whisky .

25th August 2021

In my top 10 malts I've tried in the last 18 months.

Now on my second bottle. Having spent most of 2020 and over half of 2021 exploring malt whiskies - over 50 different bottles I can safely say that this remains in my top 10 malts.

17th July 2021

Tastes like it's been matured in a diesel barrel.

Just got a bottle of this, I love Sherry cask and had well over my fair share of them over the years. This is the worst I've tasted. It taste chemical and more like a bad blend... not Sherry nose or taste at any point. I would avoid so not to be disappointed.

19th June 2021

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