[quote="bamber"]I'll agree with you on that one. Tamdu NAS spring to mind. We've kind of had this one before BTW:
Edit: Just checked the thread and I said Tamdu last time as well
Of course Tamdh
u is even maltier
Wow, that might be the most educational tread I have read on whisky! Fantastic.
Thanks to all who replied thus far. I would had Bunnahabain 12 to the list, and the Bruich 10 certainly is on that for me. Working my way through a great old indy Glen Livet that is very malty at its core, with other elements providing compliment. That is what I liked the most from the old thread; one posters notion that a malty malt is not defined by the absence of other elements, but by the center or core being malty, or in my words, memmorably malty.