Tamdhu Sherry Butt 8 yrs Speyside Cask Strength Signatory Single Malt Scotch Whisky



It was in 1863 that the Strathspey railway first graced Speyside’s locality. A dependable means of travel was, at last, brought to the area and several distilleries were built as a result. Tamdhu was one of them; founded in 1896 by a group of whisky blenders, including William Grant and Sons among others, and designed by the famed, prolific Speyside distillery architect, Charles Doig of Elgin.

  • AGED: 8 years
  • DISTILLED ON: January 27, 2005
  • BOTTLE ON: August 22, 2013
  • MATURED IN: A First Fill Sherry Butt
  • CASK NO: 346
  • ALC: 60.6%


NOSE: Sharp at first but backs off considerably after a few minutes in the glass. Coastal, salty, subtle vanilla, canned peaches, maple syrup.
TASTE: Fruity and really dry. I can feel the moisture being sucked from my mouth.
FINISH: Fairly long. I guess all the dryness happens before the finish. A bit earthy, some oakiness and spice, lighter fruits.


Country Scotland, United Kingdom
Region Speyside
Brand Signatory
Product Subcategory Whiskey
Mashbill Type Single Malt
Feature Independent Bottlers
Container Bottle
Container Size 750ml