Tobermory 10 Year Old
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Whisky or Whiskey
Insider knowledge: Tobermory 10 Year Old whisky is named whisky by virtue of the fact it's from Scotland. If distilled in America the spelling would be Tobermory 10 Year Old whiskey, as opposed to whisky.
Tobermory 10 Bottling Note
A gentle, affable 10 year old single malt from the Tobermory distillery on the Isle of Mull. Now at the higher strength of 46.3%...
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The nose is quite light and fresh. There are notes of barley sugars and toasted cereals, hints of winter spice and a soft oak with notes of salty melted butter and ground ginger. The palate is quite sweet and light. There are notes of acacia honey and a soft oak, the smoke and peppers thereof rise gently with a touch of dried fruit and peel with a cinnamon note. The finish is long and herbal with a touch of pepper.
isle of mull
someone said it lacked the charachter of the islay malts and being it is the only distillary on the isle of mull id disagree and say it has its own fantastic charachter. brilliant single malt
15th April 2014
always loved this whiskey! got to be my number one for winter. great flavour with a few drops of water added. really warms you up. seen alot of people saying it was sweet, i didnt get that myself. I'm by no means an expert but i am scottish and have had my share of whiskeys. this is great value for money!
15th April 2014
A very good whiskey indeed lovely sweet slightly smokey aftertaste and flavoursome tones with an understated pale finish.It is smooth on the palate and has a beautiful lingering taste a real gem A fine whiskey and an excellent choice .Thanks J im
7th January 2014
I call shenanigans on all the bad reviews for both Deanston and Tobermory 10. I am a restauranteur/bar owner and have stocked both over the course of many years after doing multiple blind tastings. I am a fan of well balanced, subtle, complex, slightly sweet, non-bitter and easy drinking smooth liquors. I am not a fan of harsh, alcohol tasting/burn, overly strong flavors, heavily intense flavors. I can understand why those who prefer a stronger, bolder profile might not enjoy Tobermory or Deanston as much a I do, but in no way can I understand some of the "worst I've ever had" type criticisms from anyone unless they are drinking from a damaged, abused or counterfeit bottle. Or, the bad reviews might be from those with other motives. I urge all to try for themselves, taste blind if possible among a selection of good offerings, and make up one's own mind. Deanston 12 and Tobermory 10 are among my favorite scotch whiskys at any price and are truly great values with price considered. Ledaig also gets a nod from me as well.
17th December 2013
Definately not the smoothest 10 yr. out there. Strong start, light peat finish, little boozey for my taste.
5th October 2013
Has a good taste and for price point is good value, lighter than some of the island malts and a good introduction.
Good way to start your island journey. Overall a decent drop and more complex than most at this price point, move to the 15 for better flavour and depth but also deeper pockets needed,
13th July 2013
Never had the old one so cannot compare it. Not my first Island foray, but definitely different.
Flavours were not over-complex, good for a new Island sampler like me. Quite floral on the nose and almost grass-like. Taste is short but peppery like Talisker though with more smoke like Jura/Islay malts - a quite unique blend.
Finish is pleasant and sea-salty, almost akin to Oban. All in all a very nice and surprisingly complex malt at this price.