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Tobermory 10 Year Old Whisky

(70cl, 46.3%)

Tobermory 10 Year Old

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%...

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Barley sugars and toasted cereal, supported by hints of winter spice and soft oak. Salty melted butter and ground ginger develop.

Palate: Quite sweet and light. There are elements of acacia honey and continuing oak from the nose. Smoke and black pepper notes rise gently with a touch of dried fruit and peels. A flash of cinnamon later on.

Finish: Long and herbal with a touch of pepper.

Reviews for Tobermory 10 Year Old
The last of Tobermory ten
Happily I managed to buy twelve bottles just as it was finishing, unhappily the wife has found she quite likes it to , still a few left
one year ago
ncf so 1 tsp room temp water for a double.
, United Kingdom
4 years ago
drinking it
what is the best way to prepare/drink it
, Canada
4 years ago
Lovely dram
Lovely dram, quite sweet but with a nice lingering caramel taste
, United Kingdom
4 years ago
Is now limited.
Get this whilst you can all future bottles will be aged 12 years. The 10yo will be no more.
, United Kingdom
4 years ago
Tobermory 10
A wonderful unpeated dram.
5 years ago
Light fresh and a nice change!
I am only just realizing how unique this Whisky is and I'm nearly at the bottom. It is in one word fresh, and light and a nice change from the normal. It is an unpeated Ledaig 10 as Macallan gold is the unpeated Springbank 15, Slainthe!
, Canada
5 years ago
Beautiful, like slim, pale nordic maiden.
I have been marinading myself in sherry monsters for the past year and a half. Whether because all the best casks have been used up or because my taste buds are saturated I can't say but they seem to be becoming a bit samey (too many "no age statement" i.e. young whiskies on the market now).

Long story short, I decided to broaden out a bit more (not the waistline though) and this was taking up space on the shelf with about a dram and a half in the bottom.

Wow! Light, fruity, airy, sweet, ginger.......I am smitten all over again. Now I've bought another bottle so I still don't have space. damn. Guess I'll have to drink it then.
5 years ago
Takes me back
I first tried this amazing single malt (along with its peaty sister Ledaig) on the ferry trip from Craignure on the Isle of Mull to Oban and I knew I would need a bottle when I got back home. Wasn't easy to find but now that I have it very happy I do. This is an incredibly unique single malt only thing I can think of that tastes like this is Loch Lomond original in that it has the same buttery note but this is more herbal and coastal with a similar hint of peat as well. Incredibly complex for 10 years this really take me back to Mull an incredibly remote and beautiful place only wish I could have visited this distillery . Cheers! The Sugarbear
6 years ago
Full on flavor.
Tasty, smokey, spicy, haggis in a glass. Strong drink. Great value for money. If you do not like booze, best give it a miss.
, United Kingdom
6 years ago

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