Crafted by fourth generation distiller, Robert Fleming, this is a great 16 year old from Tomintoul.
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The nose is medium-bodied and punchy. There are notes of stemmy cut hay and dried grasses, a leafy green note and a touch of rooty earth and fudge. The palate is of medium body and quite rich. There are notes boiled sweets and espresso, mocchaccino notes, ground almonds and granary toast with melted butter. Notes of vanilla fudge and thick cream. The finish is of good length with notes almond and barley sugar.
Apple Cider Vinegar
It is my favorite
Apple Cider Vinegar you drank
great scotch for the price
This is most certainly a wonderful scotch for the price. It was $60 in upstate ny, got home, sat down after dinner with a bit in a glass, and it didnt have a bit, some fruity and earthy undertones, and a semi-sweet aroma. I certainly will keep on hand.
18th November 2014
It's good, nothing more than that. I did not find this to be exciting, but I did like it. For the price, it would make a good everyday whisky.
24th October 2014
At under $52/.75L you can't go wrong with this flavour. The dude/-dette, who posted "apple cider" "review" below must have drunk vinegar. Or, s/he has no clue.
15th August 2014
After playing the Pipes, we pass around the flasks. The Tomintoul wins every time. It is very smooth, has almost no bite and the most wonderful follow-up. It is worth every penny and will always be my drink of choice!
24th January 2014
This is truly one of the worst scotches I have bought in years. Abominable, sour, surly and not even close to being a "gentle dram" unless you like sucking on rotten apples and spitting out the foetid seeds in your Glencairn glass.
8th August 2013