This highland single malt has been maturated in ex Bourbon Oak casks and has then been finished in 225 litre Sauterne barrels from the well known Chateau Suduiraut, Premier Cru Classé. The color is golden and comes in a nice designed box. The bottle is massive and heavy. The legs come fast down the glas. Nose: A stringent bite, citrus hint of black pepper, slight vanila Palate: Only little sweet, burns, no bitter at all, sparkling and oily Finish: Medium long, vanilla, cocoa-butter With a teaspoon water added. Nose: The bite has gone, more orange than citrus, more black pepper Palate: Sweet, burn has nearly gone, little sparkling Finish: Stil long, coffee, spices Turns cloudy when adding water what is a good sign so I assume it is non-chill filtered.

The third of this ranges of Tullibardine. Nose: Apple, cereals, hints of vanilla and toffee Palate: First sweet and strong gets softer after a few seconds Finish: Toffee and cereals and very short With a teaspoon of water. Nose:More cereals, less apple but datles, it needs that drop of water. Palate: A little more sweet Finish: Still very short and prickling on the tongue. I'd say the Burgundy finish is the best of these three.

The Whisky Chamber from Rheinfelden Germany bottled this Whisky It is bottled from a 1st fill Rum cask No 394 and has the bottle no 133/301 (50 cl) It has a pale gold apearance and is non-chill filtered and uncolored and produces pearl drops and then nice long legs. Nose: Rum Caramel, Vanilla Palate: Strong but not to harsh, very sweet. Finish: Long, vanilla With a teaspoon of water added. Nose: Rum caramel a hint of smoke Palate: Not that strong anymore but still sweet. Finish: Stil long and with caramel, sparkling at the toungs edges. A very nice Whisky I'd buy again, if still available, could be that it is not anymore as this happens when you buy bottles from and independent bottler. Thanks a lot Thomas for that one. More to get from Thomas Ide owner of the TWC:

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