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.
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.