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Tomatin 19 Year Old - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

(70cl, 40%)

Tomatin 19 Year Old - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

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Master of Malt Tomatin 19 Bottling Note

From our Single Cask Series

Single cask single malt whisky. Rich and Biscuity, big and crunchy. A mouthfilling, malty dram from the Highland distillery, Tomatin.

Tasting Note by Jim Murray (Whisky Bible 2009)

Nose: 23.5/25 no shortage of oak, but all entirely at home with the rich, biscuity barley; a wisp of citrus lightens it slightly

Taste: 23/25 clean, highly intense malt with the most beautiful build in intensity and sweetness;

Finish: 24/25 goes into malty overdrive despite the drier oaks;

Balance: 23.5/25 in this form it out-Cardhus Cardhu in the stunningly clean, ultra-rich malty stakes! Almost stereotypical Speyside at its most magnificent.

Score: 94

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Tomatin 19 Year Old - Single Cask (Master of Malt) Reviews

Excellent

I have to agree with Jim Murray except for the Speyside comparison. A delicate Highlander with great depth.

31st July 2012

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