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Description

Distiller’s Art is a single-cask range of bottlings released by Hunter Laing. Hunter Laing was founded in Glasgow, similar to the Douglas Laing story and became their own entity in 2013. They are behind other great bottlings such as Old Malt Cask and Old & Rare. They also are the owners of the new Islay distillery, Ardnahoe.

Although available as a stand-alone single malt, distillery release now, Tamdhu still is focused on producing single malts for blends. It has a fragrant fruitiness with notes of honey and apple but sufficient weight to cope with aging in ex-Sherry casks. Built in the late 1800s like most in the Speyside region, Tamdhu grew substantially in the 1970s with four stills added to the original pair, while a change in wood policy in the 1990s saw it being filled exclusively into Edrington’s (then owner) bespoke ex-Sherry casks. Now they are known for their sherry maturation. Ian MacLeod now owns the distillery and has revamped it since.

Taste

Distilled in April 2007 and bottled in 2022 || Matured in a single sherry butt || 582 bottles

Brand Tasting Notes: The nose has apples, sour cherries, and foliage. The palate is toffee, raspberries, and fine herbs. The finish is medium but lingering with cream.

Details
  • Bottle Size700
  • DistilleryTamdhu
  • StyleSingle Malt Scotch
  • RegionSpeyside
  • Age14
  • ABV61.8%
  • No. of Bottles582
  • Year Bottled2022
  • Country of OriginScotland
  • Cask StrengthYes
  • BottlerDistiller's Art
  • Cask TypeSherry
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