Batch #4, Bottle 255/1200. This Tweeddale blend dates back to 1899 and was sold from then to the start of WWII. It was resurrected in 2010 based on the original recipe, and each batch since then has involved one change to the eight single malts and one grain whisky in the blend. The core single malt is 14 years old and the grain is 16 years old. All other malts are 14 or older. 2% of this blend is a peated Islay malt.
The Tweeddale 14 was tasted at Meeting No. 49 on July 27, 2016. Out of 5, we rated it 2.74. The Tweeddale 14 ranks 128th overall in Scotch.
Light and spritely with some nice malt. Citrus but a little too much grain. Zesty.
Slight honey nose. Strong like bull. Best in a skiing flask.
Strong ethanol and nasal punch, initially. Slight caramel. Butter.
Wood and smoke on the nose. Relatively neutral flavor.
Ok for an after work throwback when you need a quick fix from a rough day.
When you're out of iodine, this will do in your field medic kit.
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