Tamnavulin Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (70cl) was £32.00 now £22.00 (rollback deal) @ Asda
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Tamnavulin Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (70cl) was £32.00 now £22.00 (rollback deal) @ Asda

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Found 22nd Aug 2017Edited by:"rubberbullets"
Tamnavulin Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (70cl) was £32.00 now £22.00 (Rollback Deal)

Tasting Notes

Double Cask matured for a classic Speyside taste; rich, smooth and mellow

Country of Origin

Scotland


Features Double cask. Matured in American oak barrels finished in sherry casks.

Product Marketing

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.

Brand Marketing

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.
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Can anyone who has tried this give us their opinions on it? I see this regularly on offer at this price but I'm not sure if it's worth a punt. Cheers
Edited by: "alki" 22nd Aug 2017
I've had a couple of bottles, I really liked it, got mine for £20 ea though. At £22 the qaulity is still there, I'd buy another at this price if I didnt already have one just started
Edited by: "retrocom" 22nd Aug 2017
Worth a try at 22, i very rarely get dissapointed with a speyside whisk
alki5 h, 32 m ago

Can anyone who has tried this give us their opinions on it? I see this …Can anyone who has tried this give us their opinions on it? I see this regularly on offer at this price but I'm not sure if it's worth a punt. Cheers


If you like the sweeter, easier drinking whiskies, then you can't be robbed at this price, but certainly not worth £32.
It's very smooth, similar to Aberfeldy, if that's any kind of reference for you. Personally I'd sooner pay an extra £4/£5 for Aberlour 12 when that's on offer, which it regularly is, but that's only my preference.
Tesco has for the same price, as well
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