Tamnavulin Malt Whisky 70cl £22 at Sainsbury’s

Tamnavulin Malt Whisky 70cl £22 at Sainsbury’s

Found 13th Jul 2018
Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Double cask

Matured in American oak barrels finished in sherry casks

Double Cask matured for a classic Speyside taste; rich, smooth and mellow. The distillery at Tamnavulin was opened in 1966 on the banks of River Livet, deep in the heart of Speyside, the most celebrated whisky producing region in Scotland.

Amber gold in colour, this rich and elegant Speyside single malt whisky has hints of sweet toffee, honey and, marzipan on the nose with refreshing pineapple, pear and subtle citrus notes on the palate.

Set on the banks of the corrie stream and the River Livet, we draw our water from underground springs in the Easterton Hills. Formed by Snowmelt from the surrounding mountains, this water is naturally filtered through ancient limestone rock.

ManufacturerTamnavulin Distillery,
AB37 9JA,

Country of OriginCountry of origin: Scotland

Product of Scotland


AlcoholAlcohol by volume: 40%

Alcoholic content: 28 units

Serving suggestion: Double Cask matured for a classic Speyside taste; rich, smooth and mellow
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It's ok, but not really setting the world alight. Was this price for ages in Co-op. Either spend more on a decent age statemented whisky, or spend significantly less on one of the critically acclaimed whiskies from somewhere like Aldi or Lidl.
Quite a nice whisky but regularly this price . But worth a punt.
Selling at the moment for £20 in my local Lidl. It's OK at that price. All whisky now costs minimum £14 in Scotland so this is quite a sweet price spot. I don't buy into the no age statement snobbery but some are quite adulterated it would seem.
Tried this tonight and I thought really nice, at £22 it’s a steal
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