The Tweeddale The Evolution
70cl / 52% abv
The Tweeddale The Evolution Description
2018 Readers Panel Overall Winner in the Scottish Field Whisky Challenge
A blend of classic Speyside single malts and a Lowland single grain whisky, The Tweeddale The Evolution is aged for at least 28 years making it the oldest in the range to date. The original Tweeddale Whisky was produced in 1820 by J&A Davidson and continued by Richard Day from 1899 until World War II. In 2009, Richard's great-grandson inherited his cellar book and began to recreate The Tweeddale Whisky, with a focus on small batch aged blends and historic single casks.
Age Statement28 Year Old
- International Spirits Challenge 2019 — Gold
- Scottish Field Magazine Whisky Challenge 2018 — Overall Winner Readers Challenge
Nose: blackcurrants, cherries and plums, with lemon icing and a hint of honey.
Palate: big and juicy, with Christmas cake, blackcurrant, pear and a touch of orange zest.
Finish: American oak influence and milk chocolate notes.