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This is the 3rd batch of Tobermory single malt from the distillery on the Isle of Mull bottled by That Boutique-y Whisky Company. It seems Mull has a rather famous visitor in the grassy hills around the colourful houses of Tobermory - it's none other than Alan Partridge! He's driven all the way to the Inner Hebrides island and hopefully ate enough Toblerone on the way so that we don't have to watch him eat that orange on the 'table' in his own unique/terrifying way.
If you look in the background, you can see the anthropomorphic spirit of Ledaig, the name Tobermory uses for their peated whisky, flying off to Islay with his gigantic hammer. That's because this is a single malt from Tobermory, which is classically unpeated.
A release of 208 numbered bottles.
‘That Boutique-y Whisky Company’ bottles single malts, single grains, blended malts, blends and bourbons from a variety of renowned distilleries. These whiskies are adorned with cultish graphic-novel-style labels.
Nose: The nose is sweet and nutty with plenty of sultanas and cereal, not unlike Just Right. Floral hints of geranium and oily cereals.
Palate: Quite perfumed and intriguingly sweet with star fruit. Golden barley and just a touch of salinity.
Finish: Sweet cereal and a good waft of sea breeze.
Overall: An excellent Tobermory, complex and satisfying. Back of the net!
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Oily cereal notes greet the nose (lemon juice on Farleys rusks?) herbal/floral notes with lime curd and a strange mix of soapy/salty hints. A hot & oily mouthfeel with waxy & curd like citrus with a floral/ herbal edge. Fresh grain, spicy vegetal and peppery notes complete the palate. Salty pear drops with coastal citrus on the finish with more oily lime curd.The Whisky Flaneur
19th May 2015