Carefully crafted using a blend of two aged malts plus a neutral Malaysian spirit, which lends Timah its distinct flavour, that sets it apart from the competition. The components which are brought together by the brand’s master blender, results in Timah’s smoky aroma and flavour profile, which isn’t too harsh on either the nose or the palate. In fact, on the nose, Timah gives off a light, fruity scent that harmoniously combines with its smokiness, with a hint of floral bouquet, which then moves through a smokey palate before settling into a sweet, light oak finish.
Personally, we think it is best enjoyed over ice, but don’t let us tell you how to enjoy your drink. Get a bottle of your own, and savour the taste of local whisky.
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