Like other bottlers, TBWC source their whisky from brokers and occasionally, distilleries direct. Interestingly though, the majority of their whisky is sourced through private collectors.
N: A big Madeira job this. Leathery, fruity & meaty, all vibrantly 'glossed’ together.
T: ‘Boing’ at first. Water helps eke out those rounder fruits.
F: More ‘boing’ and burned pickled onions is all I noted, but the rubberiness subsides as time passes, helping this malts more appealing characteristics to gain traction.
C: It’s a bomb and so initially the distillery profile is masked. However, this whisky changes big time, over time, so don’t dismiss it too soon.