Tamdhu Scotch 30 Year has notes of dried apricots and winter spice with a herbal note. The palate is quite full with a lovely mouth feel. Notes of vanilla spice and more of that lovely marmalade with a certain musty character. There are notes of rubbed flowers and winter spice with an increasing oaked note. The finish is of medium-length with plenty of barley sweetness
From Gordon & MacPhail: "Tamdhu Distillery was one of several to be built along the Strathspey railway line, which at one time played such an important part in the whisky industry. Originally built by a group of whisky blenders, ownership reverted to Highland Distillers a few years later. The old Knockando railway station was converted into an attractive visitors’ centre and reception.The distillery operates its own saladin box maltings, which produces sufficient malt to supply both Tamdhu and other distilleries in the group.