Tamnavulin Double Cask

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Tamnavulin Double Cask
Web Exclusive Price £32.75 £27.29 ex VAT (£46.79 per litre)
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The first official bottling of Tamnavulin for more than two decades, Double Cask has been finished in sherry butts. The result is a whisky with notes of dried orange, ginger and wood spice.
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Country
Scotland
Region
Speyside
Cask Type
Sherry Butt Finish

Tamnavulin Double Cask Reviews

29 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    5 days ago

    Not bad at all. Bought it very cheap for about £25 and pleasantly surprised. Light and accessible.

  • 3
    10 September

    A really nice dram, smooth as silk and sits nicely on the palate.

  • 4
    28 August

    Have tried this and there is a faint taste of orange peel, but I couldn't taste the ginger. I had it with a Partagas Serie P and it married very well.

  • 5
    26 August

    Absolutely fantastic. I purchased a bottle from the Co-Op approx 5 months ago, never tried it before but thought I would try something new. That first glass was sublime – so smooth on its own but equally as enjoyable over ice. Nicer than the likes of Glenfiddich/Glenmorangie. Brought for a few birthdays recently and not a bad word to be said.

  • 5
    20 August

    This is one of the smoothest malts I have ever had. It is velvety and clean and very moreish. Wonderful

  • 5
    15 August

    Extremely velvety. Great bouquet, typical Scottish. Perfect. I'll taste it anytime with pleasure.

  • 5
    6 April

    Tried this malt for the first time yesterday and was pleasantly surprised at its mellow warmth, fruitiness and sweetness. Not usually a fan of Speyside malts in general but have just purchased two more bottles.

  • 5
    5 April

    Love it for a change...lovely birthday gift

  • 5
    24 March

    Lovely single malt, nice tasting and one of my favourite whiskies, mellow taste. Recommended highly.

  • 2
    9 March

    Middle of the road whiskey. Slight afterburn which I’m not fond of. I’ll see the bottle off but I’m afraid it will be back to my Talisker and not back here again!

  • 4
    8 March

    many years ago my late father brought a bottle or two from his holiday in Scotland. Didn't see it for years after that but always remember the mellow taste. I now buy it when it's on offer as I have a rule about spending too much money on whisky. I don't care what the so called experts say this is a very nice malt, particularly when it's reduced on the shelves! Try it and save money ...do NOT put water with it!

  • 5
    5 March

    An excellent and fine example of Scots Whisky. Highly recommended so give it a try

  • 5
    25 February

    Very good, it has a great colour and is very smooth, a good whiskey and at a very reasonable price, I will be purchasing again

  • 2
    20 January

    Not sure what to make of it, great nose but mediocre taste/finish. Not offensive though

  • 5
    11 January

    Got this as a gift, liked it a lot, a smooth malt and didn't burn the throat. Will buy another as it's a decent price too

  • 5
    30 December 2017

    Brilliant aroma. Not the finest taste but considering the price it’s absolutely fantastic

  • 3
    24 December 2017

    Fantastic aroma but tastes similar to the cheapest vodka

  • 4
    5 November 2017

    My first try from this distillery and I liked what a tasted, full of flavour but very smooth. It was a gift but I would certainly purchase myself and also try some of the other labels

  • 5
    7 October 2017

    Just into the malt this year good price and go down well

  • 4
    15 September 2017

    There are no great miracles when it comes to whisky. It's a reasonably priced bottle that tastes as such but much more pleasant than some similarly priced sweet bottles like Auchentoshan and certainly a step up from cheap bourbon. It's sweet and smooth on ice and a great one to mix for the philistines. Adding more value to it is pointless (this is no miracle Speyside) but certainly one of the more pleasant bottles in this price range. You will look good pulling this out when drinking to get reasonably drunk with reasonably experienced whisky drinking friends.

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