Tamdhu Single Malt Scotch Whisky has officially launched its third distillery exclusive, limited edition Dalbeallie Dram, in honour of Dalbeallie train station that sits alongside the distillery.
Since its completion in 1899, Dalbeallie Station played a pivotal role in bringing Tamdhu’s sherry oak casks from Spain to Speyside for almost a century, until its closure in 1965. In recent years, Tamdhu has restored the station to its full splendour.
Dalbeallie Dram 003 is individually numbered and bottled at cask strength 60.7% ABV, non-chillfiltered and, like every bottle of Tamdhu, is natural colour.
Traditionally, Tamdhu reveal the latest in their Collector’s Journey range at the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival, but organisers were forced to cancel this year’s event due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19. So, to make up for the cancellation and to thank fans for their ongoing support, the distillery decided to give would-be attendees and Tamdhu Club members exclusive, pre-sale access to buy their bottle of Dalbeallie Dram 003 ahead of general release.
Sandy McIntryre, Tamdhu Distillery Manager, said, “We’re thrilled to be launching our third exclusive, limited edition Dalbeallie Dram – an exceptional toast to an important part of Tamdhu’s history. Dalbeallie Station holds a special place in the hearts of everyone at Tamdhu and these Drams are our special way of honouring its legacy.
Only 1,000 bottles of Tamdhu Dalbeallie Dram 003 will be available to purchase as an online exclusive from https://www.tamdhu.com/our-collection/dalbeallie-iii at RRP £90.00 per 70cl bottle (60.7% ABV).
Tamdhu has also been inviting whisky fans to join unique tasting livestreams, with Sandy and Global Brand Ambassador, Gordon Dundas. The distillery has also been donating £1 from the sale of each bottle purchased from https://www.tamdhu.com/(and all other IMD websites) to the Drinks Trust and the Ben to help their mission of providing care and support to our hospitality colleagues.