- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Fine Single Malt
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml 750 ml
- Bottle code
- L0666K L11 10:09 17:28
- Added on
- 23 aug 2007 6:22 pm
3 × in wishlist
94 × member ratings
388 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Tamdhu NAS
14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 75.72 points
- Insignificant and with a funny note. Easy, just drinkable, but nothing "intoxicating".
- Body: light, soft.
Flowery. Faintly lemony. Cereal grain.
Clean, sweet. Very slightly toffeeish. An easily drinkable, malt-accented introduction to singles.
Flowery. Very faint hint of peat.
- A blend old style, not expensive auction, and that outclasses a good package of his big retailers.
Cereals, caramel, stewed fruit, oleaginous, nail polish, plant fragrance (flowers). Very nice this nose despite some discretion.
A promising start on jammy fruits and scented spices (nutmeg, vanilla, white pepper) with a pleasantly smooth texture (a little wax?). Too bad then this dram weakens much too quickly then turning on woody bitterness. Overall a notch below the nose.
Well, longer than expected, nice, on fruits, spices and some dried flowers.
- old entry-level whisky, not dirty, but otherwise not special either. it is remarkable that the price seems to be going up a bit. A few years ago this was the cheapest single malt on the market :)
- hard to find whisky £79.95
- Well for starters this is a very affordable whisky, and with that in mind it's of decent quality. But not a big gun compared to a lot of other kinds.
Very flowery. Honey/Vanilla sweetness on the nose, clear malt. Some fruit as well, and oak.
More honey than vanilla sweetness now, a bit prickly too. The flowery note is still there, as well as some fresh, young fruits. There's an odd bitter note now, making the oak and malt more obvious.
Not too long, and the bitter note from before is still there. Malt and oak and flat sweetness remain at the end.
- This is a very "common" whisky. Not very tastefull, the nose does not promise much (the least good of this whisky).
Oak and malt. Flowerish. Not very complex.
Vanilla, a hint of anise. A little bitterness. Almond. Nutty and malty.
Superficial. Sweet after bitterness. Short.
- I tryed to get as much as possible out this malt, but it's very understandable that because of its age (between 6 and 8y) it has a lack of depth like his older brothers. However it's a nice tipple and certainly for those who are new into whisky drinking it's a great malt to start with.
Nose softening, young/malty, slightly smoked flesh, sweet like caramel getting to chocolate, hint of floral notes and very perfuming (reduced: warm, soft and a firm flowery scent, very ripe citrus note and forrest notes).
Light but full of flavor, slightly peppery, hint of peaty dryness, butterscotch/caramel and some wood/ spicy notes (reduced: light sweetness and still light peppery).
Almost powerful, dry/chewy and quite long.
- Nothing exceptional but really pleasant to drink, good single malt for that price
Sweet and malty with a hint of citrus notes
Some malty sweetness, fruitsugar and a hint of smoke (but faraway).
Rather short finish.
- Decent from the start, but falls flat on it's face.
Hot cereal grains. Honey milk. Caramel sundae. Slight marmalade character.
Sweet and rather smooth. Not too much going on here. Honey and yogurt. Slight fruits in the background. Patching plaster.
Short. So short that there is not too much flavor. Not much at all.
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