Collection: Tamdhu

Tamdhu Distillery was founded in 1896 by a group of fitters who wished to pursue their own whisky production. The first malt whisky was distilled and barreled in 1897. It quickly passed into the hands of Highland stills. The distillery's history was fairly quiet, with no change of owners, but remained in a long-dormant state between 1927 and 1947.

Tamdhu whisky is used almost exclusively to produce blended whiskies such as The Famous Grouse, J&B and Cutty Sark. Under current owner Ian MacLeod, Tamdhu's bottling includes 10-year-old, 100% Sherry and No Age Claimed (NAS) 100% Sherry matured "bulk strength". "Batch Strength" launched its second edition in early 2017.

Ian MacLeod initially released a "limited edition" bottling of 1,000 bottles to commemorate the distillery's rebirth. These are aged in first-fill sherry casks. The bottlings of Highland Distillers, the former owner of Tamdhu, include 10-year, 18-year and no-age bottlings. Other bottlings are sold by independent bottlers.

In 2017, Ian MacLeod released the Tamdhu 50. This is a 50 year old bottling in first-fill European oak sherry casks (cask 4678). It was distilled on November 2, 1963, and bottled in March 2017. Its yield is 100 bottles
Tamdhu Distillery