Excerpt: The finish sticks to your tongue and grabs on for life with notes of toffee and spices, and lasts with a tingling freshness. Adding a few drops of water brings out hints of maple syrup. Excellent!
Excerpt: Without a little tempering, Tamdhu Batch Strength is a bit too racy for easy analysis, but when brought down to a more manageable level it starts to show off more of its charms. Definitely worth a look.
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This is Tamdhu released at cask strength, but without an age statement.
Caramel, toffee, very nutty sherry. There is soke fruity essence like fig and blackberry but the nutty peanut brittle is really dominant in a savory sweet way here.
Thin to medium mouthfeel - surprising given the proof. Some heat. Nutty, faintly sour grapes, toffee and caramel. Fruitier than the nose but still clearly very nutty sherry. Nice peanut brittle note here also.
Medium length with some heat. Sweet toffee.
I really like this profile but found the palate a bit thin and a bit too much heat throughout. Its a nice unique profile but the heat is really what keeps it from climbing higher.
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