THE TWEEDDALE is an award winning, limited edition, blended Scotch Whisky.
Recreated in May 2010 after a 70 year gap by Alasdair Day the Great Grandson of the former owner.
The latest release Batch 4 follows the original recipe, the same distilleries and quantities, 7 of the malts are from the same casks as batch 1, 2 & 3. The youngest whisky this time is a 14 Year old Single Lowland Malt matured in an Islay cask and the single grain a 16 year old slightly younger than the 18 year old in the 3rd release. The oldest whisky in the blend is a Speyside distilled in 1989.
The Tweeddale was originally produced by J&A Davidson established in 1820 in Coldstream by the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders. A sketched image of Alasdair’s Great Grandfather adorns the bottle and neck tag.
The Tweeddale Legacy lives on.
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