Teaninich 'Executive Decision' 1973 / 40 years old 48.9%
Highland Region — Teaninich
Teaninich 'Adelphi' 1983 / 32 years old #6738 47.8%
Situated just north of Inverness in the small town of Alness, Teaninich is a distillery that has no official bottlings, so the only way to taste this little-known highland malt is through independent bottlings such as this 32 year old from Adelphi. The time spent in the cask leaves has left it wonderfully old fashioned - candle wax, tropical fru...
Teaninich 'Adelphi' 1983 / 32 years old #6744 50.8%
Distilled in 1983 and bottled from a single cask after 32 years of maturation this is a facinatingly complex dram, showing nutty (sesame oil), marzipan and dirty smoke and a hint of the inside of an old chest of drawers. The taste is immediately rich and viscous with nougat, peanuts and nut brittle. This is delicately combined with the hint of h...
Teaninich 'Old and Rare' 1973 / 40 years old 48.9%
Teaninich (pronounced tchen-in-ich) whiskies of this age are something quite special - they combine the most fragrant and varied woody aromas with deeply fruity (Christmas cake), dark toffee and a complex medley of spice, chocolate and oak. Because of its naturally low strength and age, it is both soft and silky yet full of flavour, and takes ti...
Teaninich 'Rare Malts' 1973 / 1996 57.1%
Part of the rare malts selection by Gordon and MacPhail, this limited edition bottling from the renowned distillery of Teaninich. The distillery was founded by Captian Hugh Munro, this was one of Ross-shire's first legal distilleries. This bright gold 23 year old displays herbal and leafy aromas which lead into a firm, smooth, full bodied, almos...
Teaninich 'Xtra Old Particular' 1983 / 30 years old 53.8%
Part of the new 'Xtra Old Particular' series from Douglas Laing comes this very special single cask Teaninich bottling. Distilled in 1983 and bottled 30 years later, it is a facinating and complex whisky with layers of cedar wood, tobacco and cigar and ginger spice notes. The palate is very creamy, carrying the flavours through to the long and c...