The Tweeddale Blend Batch 1

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The Tweeddale Blend Batch 1
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Expected Delivery: Discontinued
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Product Code: THEXZ23B38
Bottle Size: 70cl / 700ml
Volume / Alcohol: 46% vol
Whisky Region: Blended Whisky
Bottler: Stonedean Limited


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A discontinued bottling, however if you would like to be notified when it's back (if ever) - use the "Ask a Question" link above, and we'll let you know

The Tweeddale Blend

Old Matured Blended Scotch Whisky.
Aged for 10 Years, Not chill filtered.

This is Batch 1, we are of the understanding that Batch 2 will be a 12 year old, so this bottling WILL NOT LAST LONG - as of 19th June 2011 - we are unable to get ANY more stocks of batch 1, so when this is gone, it's gone!

Distilled, blended and bottled in Scotland

From The Tweeddale Blend Brochure / website

My Great Grandfather Richard Day was born on 24th December 1880 at the Lees Stables in Coldstream, where his father James Day was the Stud Groom. When he left School in 1895 he went to work as the office boy for J & A Davidson who owned the Coldstream Brewery, the Red Lion Public house and a Licensed Grocers in Duke Street. His first task every morning was to wind the office clock.
J & A Davidson was established in 1820 and as with many Licensed Grocers of the time they blended Scotch Whisky, one of these was THE TWEEDDALE BLEND.
Richard Day eventually took over the Licensed Grocers and from 1923 the name above the shop in Duke Street was “RICHARD DAY”. He continued to blend Scotch Whisky and Rum up until the start of the 2nd World War when production had to stop. THE TWEEDDALE BLEND has not been produced since.
My Great Grandfather’s “Cellar Book” as well as containing the 1881 set of accounts for  J & A Davidson also contains the recipe for THE TWEEDDALE BLEND from 1899 to 1916. Richard Day died in 1965, the year I was born. His cellar book has been handed down the Day family line, first to my Grandfather and then to my Father. In January 2009 I established Stonedean Limited to recreate THE TWEEDDALE BLEND using the recipes in the “Cellar Book”.

Last retailed April 2012
A discontinued bottling, however if you would like to be notified when it's back (if ever) - use the "Ask a Question" link above, and we'll let you know

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