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Wormtub 10 Year Old – Batch 1

(70cl, 57.5%)

Wormtub 10 Year Old – Batch 1

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Wormtub 10yo – Batch 1 Bottling Note

We very much enjoy that people who are fans of whisky can have a huge amount of affection for big ol' pieces of industrial equipment that they might not have even encountered in real life before, like worm tubs. Honestly, we include ourselves in that group. We love a good warm tub! These classic bits of distilling equipment (consisting of a long copper coiled tube in cold water in a large vat) can impart a distinctive, heavy, robust flavour compared to the more modern and efficient condensers, which many distilleries have switched over to. However, some distilleries have kept their worm tub, and that's what this whisky is about! It's a fantastic ten year old Speyside single malt Scotch whisky from a distillery that continues to get great use out of its worm tub to this day, and it's been finished in sherry casks before being bottled at natural cask strength without any added caramel for colouring. Raise a glass and honour the glory of the worm tub!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Opens boldly with dates and walnuts, followed by a stack of freshly made pancakes with maple syrup. Flamed orange peel, a spicy kick of peppercorn leading into rich forest floor earthiness.

Palate: Hugely impressive with dark chocolate, punchy cassia and rye, soft malt loaf with salted butter, a thick layer of caramel, liquorice, tangy dried cranberries, and smoky oak.

Finish: Sultana, savoury spices, heavy malt, and roasted nuts.

Overall: After this, we remain huge fans of wormtubs!

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Wormtub 10 Year Old – Batch 1 Reviews

Definitely not upto Abunadha standards.

It's smooth, with some of the typical sherry profile, but it's a muted sherry influence, this is a sherry cask finish, as opposed to full maturation sherried whisky. For an extra £15, or less there's much better CS whisky, if you're on a budget then this is a option. Flavours struggle to stand out, prices seem to fluctuate also.

Find that I get bored very quickly drinking this. It's ok, just a bit meh!

28th July 2022


I think this Whisky is so good, that I have ordered another 2 bottles today. Enough said.

8th July 2022

Amazing flavour and value for money

This has to be one of the most flavour intense whiskies that I have ever had. Real smooth and I feel great value for money. I am definitely stocking up on a few of these!

12th June 2022

Amazing dram. So glad I discovered it!!

I love whisky from worm tubs. The rich dense flavour they impart just cannot be mimicked. This is a wonderful dram and I’d like to think I know which distillery it comes from. Fantastic nose, palate and finish. Well worth the price.

9th June 2022

Move over a’Bunadh

No preamble - This is an incredible malt.

Absolutely massive Sherry influence, serious power, and at cask strength and no nasty caramel.

Loads of candied peel on the nose and palate and a super-long finish that reminds me of how aberlour used to taste 15 years ago.

Buy it. But it now. After me.

30th May 2022

Absolutely incredible

Huge sherry influence - the label says natural colour and I hadnt clocked that until I had the bottle in hand.

This is a massively good-value whisky at full strength, natural colour, and 10 year old. This is what whisky *used* to be like back in the good old days.

30th May 2022

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