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Tamnavulin 21 letni D.1989 B.2011 Duncan Taylor /54,3%/0,7l

Bottle No. 36 / 439 Cask No. 3366
  • Tamnavulin 21 letni D.1989 B.2011 Duncan Taylor /54,3%/0,7l
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Tamnavulin Distillery has been producing whisky since 1966. Almost entire output goes for blending, predominantly for Whyte & Mackay brand. Independent releases are very scarce and it doesn’t look that it is going to change in the near future. Here we have an excellent 21 years old bottling, part of Duncan Taylor Rare Auld range. The whisky comes form ex-sherry cask no. 3366 filled in June 1989, when the distillery was still owned by its founding company Invergordon Distillers Ltd. Bottled without chill-filtration, at natural strength of 54.3% abv in January 2011 with an outrun of 439 bottles.


Nose: well balanced, baked apples, gooseberries, candied lemon peel, vanilla, cinnamon, coffee beans, hints of leather and tobacco and touch of coriander.


Palate: pretty soft, apples, oranges, bananas, caramel, toffee, strong notes of mocha, touch of mint, hints of white pepper and subtle herbal and oaky notes.


Finish: long and pretty spicy, pepper, orange zest, vanilla and oak.

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