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Tamdhu whisky reviews

Tamdhu 10 yo (40%, OB 2013) – 82/100

Tamdhu 33 yo 1980 (55,7%, The Whisky Agency ‘Private Stock’ 2013, bourbon hogshead) – 87/100

Tamdhu 25 yo 1984 (50,1%, Whisky-Doris 2010, refill hogshead #2834, 270 btl.) – 81/100

Tamdhu 23 yo 1987 (46%, Mo Òr 2010, oloroso sherry butt #3649, 656 btl.) – 85/100

Tamdhu 21 yo 1989 (50%, Liquid Treasures 2011, sherry butt) – 86/100

Tamdhu 21 yo 1990 (48,1%, Liquid Sun 2011, sherry butt, 312 btl.) – 86/100

Tamdhu 20 yo 1990 (49,8%, Malts of Scotland 2011, sherry butt #8119, 209 btl.) – 86/100

Tamdhu 9 yo 2005 (60,3%, The Ultimate 2015, sherry butt #353, 631 btl.) – 87/100

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