Tomatin distillery's new no-age-statement release uses virgin oak as well as bourbon casks. It provides a new entry level to the Tomatin range but the use of different casks make this a unique expression.
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Nose: Lemon, panatella and pine forest. Slightly green with vanilla.
Palate: Cracked pepper and sweet barley with pineapple cube sweets. Waves of warming oak beneath.
Finish: Sweet but peppered.
Overall: A clean and certainly affordable single malt whisky.
Oh dear me..... Single malt at $18.90 a bottle dancing*****
Extremely nice and mellow
****on my tastebuds like this..... Even as I read the back of the bottle describing Aroma: Vanilla pods, marshmallow, sponge cake, fresh pineapple, mixed with citrus lemon and boiled sweets. Palate: Light and delicate with a candy sweetness which is peppered with hints of pine, Lemon sherbet, pineapple and crunchy green apples. Finish: Clean, light and refreshing.
***What really was so supernatural about this haunting spirit is that as one takes a sip while reading these words------you can taste the experience and read along in English Language as to the beautiful experience.... Delicious and wow are words that come to mind and look forward to another one as a treat sometime soon.......From West Central Wisconsin to you Scot Blokes responsible for this masterpiece----------------GREAT JOB!!!!!
13th November 2014
Very smooth and light on the palate. Clean finish. Can't be beat at the same cost.
27th September 2014
Tomatin Legacy, what can I say
Agree with "Tomatin Legacy, what can I say" who is right on. I paid $22 for this whisky - tremendous value! I feel there is some younger whisky present but it's very well hid. It's a sweet, creamy scotch with flavors of vanilla and wood but augmented with pine notes and surprisingly, deeper flavors especially in the finish. Indeed, molasses is present, and you don't usually find that in cheaper whiskies. Hats off to Tomatin on this one. Virgin oak well played.
5th May 2014
For a whiskey that is ageless in label this really is something sublime, I only bought it out of impulse mainly due to the price it was offered at and the stunning box catching my eye and I have to say what a buy at £20.00, its very drinkable with a deep woody flavour and the bourbon cask with a treacly texture afterwards, it does have a pine like essence on the nose but such a delicious colour not too far off butterscotch. Love the warming aftertones and how it sticks to the glass. Definitely one of the best low price nips to be had. Superb,
23rd November 2013