R&B Distillers studied co-founder Alasdair Day’s Great Grandfather’s recipes to create The Tweeddale A Silent Character. They discovered that Single Grain from Cambus Distillery was the whisky most consistently used in blending during the early 1900s and had been favoured by Richard Day. The name A Silent Character alludes to the fact that the Cambus distillery is now silent, having ceased whisky production in 1993 and that is a key character is many of the historic Tweeddale bottlings. This 27-year-old Single Grain Scotch Whisky is a vatting of two ex-bourbon casks This is a limited edition bottling with fewer than 600 bottles available worldwide.
Nose - Sweet, rich and fresh, oaky with peach pastries, lemon and lime, honey and toffee.
Palate - Hints of pear, mixed in with a spicy cognac.
Finish - Slight grassy and a mineral structure.
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