NEW SCOTCH: We have a fantastic, rare new whisky in stock. Ever heard of Garnheath Distillery? Probably not. Only producing whisky for 21 years between 1865 to 1986 before being demolished in 1988, whisky from this Lost Scottish Distillery is very hard to come by. Our friends at Independent bottling company Morrison & MacKay have released a very limited 41 year single grain bottling and we LOVE it. We had a wee taste and you can read our blog here: https://www.thewhiskybarrel.co.uk/blog/post/tasting-garnheath This one is rather special! New Scotch: Tomatin 36 Year Old (46%) rare casks Highland whisky 800 bottles https://t.co/9drCuTc0a0 @Tomatin1897 http://t.co/WCpx7qbPNX

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Tamdhu 22 Year Old Speyside single malt Scotch whiskey. Single cask #8151 expression of the Speyisde distillery.

Distilled September 1989 and bottled September 2011. 243 numbered bottles.

Nose: Chocolate flakes, quite oily, lime leaves, toffee yoghurt and fruit loaf.

Taste: Milky, lots do mint, raisins, oranges and chocolate biscuits. Some slight herbal notes come through and become grassier with time.

Finish: Touch of wood spice, cloves and again dried fruits.

Tamdhu

Tamdhu Distillery was founded in 1896, designed by Charles Doig and opened in 1897 in Scotland’s Speyside whisky region. Tamdhu Distillery was originally equipped with two stills which increased to four in 1972 and then six in 1975 in order to cope with the ever increasing demand for Famous Grouse and Cutty Sark blends of scotch to which Tamdhu was a major contributor. When the nearby railway station closed in 1965 the ticket office was subsequently converted into the Tamdhu Distillery visitor centre and the distillery became a founding member of the Speyside Whisky Trail. But the Tamdhu Distillery visitor centre closed and then Tamdhu Distillery itself in March 2010 and with it the last working Saladin malting boxes in Scotland. A year later and Ian Macleod Distillers purchased Tamdhu Distillery, and thus its working life is assured.

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