Sultanas, orange cream and sweet biscuit, with welcoming oak spice.
Raspberry and citrus, with toffee ground malt and gingerbread.
Pleasingly long, building a crescendo of sherry and fruit.
Aged at 14 years, you’ll find the influence of the sherry casks is profound, turning the whisky an impressive amber shade. Pour a dram and you’ll understand why they called their new spirit Ámbar (the Spanish word for amber.) The effects of the sherry wood can also be felt on the mouth, where you’ll find a flavour that’s both smooth and exceptionally complex. something special in a bottle. You cant go wrong with Tamdhu.