Tamnavulin is a whiskey distillery in Scotland, which exists with this name only since 2000. The distillery was opened in 1966 and closed again in 1995. After a name change and some renovation work, the distillery was allowed to reopen its doors in 2007. Today, typical and characterful Speyside whisky is produced here. Tamnavulin, by the way, is Gaelic and means something like "mill on the hill" or "mill in the mountains". The Tamnavulin Double Cask Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky matures in American oak casks and in former sherry casks. Tasting notes:Color: Amber. Nose: Warm, honey, apples, toffee, marzipan, jam. Taste: Fresh, demerara sugar, pears, peaches, pineapple. Finish: Long lasting, fresh.