The Tweeddale whisky is R&B Co-founder Alasdair Day’s heritage. He is the great-grandson of Richard Day who blended whisky from 1895 until the beginning of World War II at a licensed grocers established in 1820 in Coldstream, Scottish Borders. Great-grandfather Day recorded the details of his whisky ‘recipes’ in his cellar book, previously an accounts ledger, which Alasdair inherited and has used since 2009 to recreate The Tweeddale Blend Batches 1 – 5. Now there’s a new Tweeddale on the horizon.
New Tweeddale: The Last Centennial
The last page of the cellar book was penned in 1916, making 2016 the 100-year anniversary of the last entry. To celebrate, we’ve used elements from a number of recipes in the book to create this blended malt Scotch whisky – The Tweeddale The Last Centennial.
The Last Centennial is a blend of 4 single cask single malts predominantly from Islay, with plenty of Highland and a dash of Speyside – the last casks that were used in all 5 batches of The Tweeddale Blend to date. Our newest whisky is bottled at 52.2% abv, and – as always – non-chill filtered.
Limited to fewer than 300 bottles, however we’re keeping just 30 bottles in the UK exclusively for members of our R&B whisky clubs (Slàinte Club and Na Tùsairean Club), for direct sales from our online shop.
A premium blend, handcrafted with care and age-old expertise this commemorative bottling comes in a stunning wood-grain gift box with plush lining, with an RRP of £140.
UK Stock Exclusively Available to Members
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