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Tobermory 20 Year Old 1995 (cask 5) - Benchmark (Murray McDavid)

(70cl, 46%)

Tobermory 20 Year Old 1995 (cask 5) - Benchmark (Murray McDavid)
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Tobermory 20 YO 1995 #5 Bottling Note

One of a pair of Tobermory 20 year olds released in early 2016 by Murray McDavid. This one spent its time in three cask types - a bourbon barrel, a Sherry hogshead and finally a Vosne-Romanée red wine cask. The eventual outturn was 350 bottles at 46%.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Purfumed with wood spices still evident from its childhood in American oak.

Palate: Dried fruit, prunes and rich, spicy florals.

Finish: Dried herbs and vinous orchard fruit.

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Tobermory 20 Year Old 1995 (cask 5) - Benchmark (Murray McDavid) Reviews

Lives upto its reputation

A fantastic dram. The maturation in wine cask is quite evident.
Sherry on the nose Dry fruits on the palate. Rich. Grand.
Finish is long. Quite structured. The distant wine flavour adds oomph. Not sweet. A mild coffee-ish taste in the end.
I am a sherry cask matured whisky fan. But I found this to be a delight to drink.

21st December 2016

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