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Teaninich 10 Year Old - Flora and Fauna

(70cl, 43%)

Teaninich 10 Year Old - Flora and Fauna

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Teaninich 10 Year Old Bottling Note

A rare 10 year old from the Eastern Highland distillery, Teaninich. The Flora and Fauna series are becoming increasingly rare.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is quite frgrant with fruit and a greenness. Notes of cut hay and chamomile, hints of wood resins and potpourri with a little winter spice and a gentle citric acidity. The palate is of medium-body with a pleasant dryness. There are notes of barley sugars and cereal notes. There are some oily herbal notes with more of that citric acidity developing with a hint of espresso. The finish is quite dry and of medium-length with its gentle cut grasses.

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Teaninich 10 Year Old - Flora and Fauna Reviews

A different highland malt

I bought my first one of these in a wooden box many moons ago, still have the box and the empty bottle, delicious. One of the first malts I had that was different from the rest from the area, light like a lowland but full of highland character, quite unique.

5th August 2022

Cream of the barley

Personally I used to love it. But cannot seem to get it now

27th February 2021

Wonderful light whisky

Reminds me of summer hay fields wet with a morning dew. Nice and mild.

12th September 2020

Smooth and easy

Very enjoyable this one, my favourite of the Flora and Fauna range so far. This is easy to drink, with a decent finish. It's a bit pricy for a 10YO so that is reflected in the rating. It's subtle in flavour but fairly complex - I do fancy another bottle.

3rd September 2020

This is apparently one of the biggest distilleries in Scotland and yet I'm not even sure if I've heard of it outside of this bottle I'm drinking as a single malt. Presumably virtually all of it goes to blend. Its scarcity is an absolut

Underrated to say the least.

17th August 2020


I came to this whisky through Compass Box’s Great King Street. Apparently genius blender John Glaser is fond of using this in some of his Compass Box masterpieces. I was not disappointed. If you are fond of lighter, but ever so subtly sophisticated unpeated scotch, go no further. A thing of beauty.

29th March 2019

5 stars!

I have for many years been a piper for Clan Munro USA. I have visted Munro country many times and this is one of my very favorites! Seriously damn good stuff. STEVE ROHE

23rd November 2017

Easy Drinking

Sweet smooth and delicious

31st August 2014

A good everyday dram

Teaninich can be very good. This is a good everyday dram, but nothing special.

24th June 2011

Ignored and Underated - A Highland Classic!

What a superb malt this is! Largely ignored and unmarketed it is a pearl! A subtle floral nose of citrus, vanilla and barley is followed by a wonderful taste of soft malt and a glorious spicy crescendo. Once again it proves if you want a distillery's true taste then the Flora and Fauna expressions are the ones to choose rather than the obtuse 'finished' versions.

22nd December 2010

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