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The Tomintoul Distillery was founded in 1965 in Livet, Speyside. As usual in Scotland, quite a few changes of ownership have followed since then, and like most Scottish distilleries, most of the single malt whisky production is destined for the blends. Still, Tomintoul already came up with its own distillery bottling in 1974. More followed. As one of the few Speyside distilleries, Tomintoul is also producing a heavily peated single malt version, under the name Ballantruan.
Tomintoul whisky has a light profile. Almost the entire production is for the blends, but 2% is bottled as single malt. Like this 10 year old. With its floral, fresh-fruity notes and hints of wood, honey and vanilla a nice 'all day dram'.
[SMALL BOTTLE] A nice gift, also for yourself, this 10-year-old Tomintoul single malt whisky with its floral, fresh-fruity notes and hints of wood, honey and vanilla. A nice 'all day dram' in a half bottle.
Perhaps not the most complex single malt whisky, but one that drinks away very easily, this 12-year-old sherryed distillery bottling from Tomintoul. With 40% alcohol and at a reasonable price, this is a whisky to enjoy with friends.
This 14-year-old Tomintoul single malt whisky was bottled by the distillery in the in 2015 newly designed bottle. In addition to the well-known Speyside fruitiness, this dram has clearly grassy notes. Tomintoul bottled this release at 46%.
Another interesting bottling of still young Chorlton Whisky from Manchester. A 14 year old Tomintoul single malt whisky at a cask strength of 57.6% that matured on a sherry cask. This release of Chorlton too is notable for the original label.
Because most of Tomintoul’s production goes to the blends, the whisky matures mainly in bourbon casks. But in this 16-year-old malt you'll find, in addition to some smoke, sherry influences like red fruit, nuts and marzipan. A nice dram for a nice price.
Always a gem at the bar, those bottles from The Single Cask. But of course it's about what's in it: this is a bottling of a 22-year-old Tomintoul single malt whisky. A real Speysider, with a character of its own. At cask strength.
With its high alcohol percentage (62.7%) this 12-year-old Tomintoul is still a 'soft' single malt whisky. Bottled specially for the Dutch market, in a release of 250 bottles. With the fruit of the Speyside and vanilla, wood and honey of the bourbon cask.
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