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Tamnavulin Distillery was built in 1966 by Invergordon Distillers Ltd. Its name translates from the Gaelic to ‘the mill on the hill’ and the river Livet flows past the distillery. Since 1993 Tamnavulin has been owned by Whyte & Mackay and supplies malt to the company blended whisky portfolio. Here we have a historic bottling of Tamnavulin from 1986, we believe the first expression from the distillery included into prestigious The Stillman’s Dram range. The whisky distilled in May 1967 was aged in casks no. 1480-1481 for 19 years. Bottled in August 1986 at 43% abv with an outrun of 1212 bottles.
Nose: waxy and mineral, slightly oily, with notes of licorice, fennel, eucalyptus, hints of garden herbs and curry and touches of apples, gooseberries and pears.
Palate: malty and fruity, apples, pears, bananas, lemon peel, breakfast cereals, licorice, walnuts, hints of cinnamon and oak.
Finish: fairly long and pretty sweet, toffee, milk chocolate, licorice and oak.