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The Tweeddale Lowland Single Grain
The Tweeddale Lowland Single Grain Scotch Whisky Aged 16 Years
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The Tweeddale was originally produced by J&A Davidson established in 1820 in Coldstream by the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders. In May 2010 it was recreated using the original "recipe" by Alasdair Day the Great Grandson of the former owner.

This Lowland Single Grain Scotch Whisky was aged 16 years in an ex bourbon hogshead. This single cask Single Lowland Grain Scotch Whisky makes up 50% of batch 4 of The Tweeddale blended Scotch Whisky.

Tasting notes:
Nose: Spicy oak notes dominate with some vanilla influence. There is a sharper element to the nose reminiscent of lemon and sea salts.
Palate: Very sweet on the first taste but develops with more oak influence and even some perfume or floral characteristics.
Finish: A robust fruity finish with much more vanilla after a while. Great recollections of rhubarb and custard sweets. It fades into a creamy and fairly dry oaky finish which is even softer if water was added.
Comments: Surprisingly Complex. Considering single grain whisky is few and far between anyway, this is a welcomed addition to the range.
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