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In 2014, the Tomatin 12 Year Old was given an update and bottled at 43% ABV rather 40%, as it was previously. This core single malt from the ace distillery in the Highlands is finished for six-to-nine months in Oloroso Sherry casks before being bottled.
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Great whiskey for the value. You get what you pay for and this is what you should expect, An easy all-nighter like someone said eralier in the comments.
26th March 2017
Fine for the price. A whiff of sherry, a hint of flowers, but mostly tastes of oak, and has a bourbon-ish character. Fairly sweet, light but not lightweight, maybe some salt. Nothing special, but a serviceable drink with a clean finish and nothing out of place.
7th March 2017
Not bad at all...I got this 'on sale' for around $30. Definitely worth the price. It's not as good as the other Highland scothces in the $40 range, but I guess that's why it's $30! I prefer the 'Glens' a bit more, but it has a fruity taste and hardly any bite. An overall decent scotch. I'd buy again and keep it on hand as a change up.
11th February 2017
Not bad at all... got this 'on sale' for just around $30. It's worth the price but defenetly not up there with the other $40-$45 highland scotches (I prefer the 12 yr old Glens much more). I guess that's why it's $30! But, it's sweet and has that fruity taste with no alcohol bite. Decent overall...I'd buy again for that price.
Neutral to the nose with some cedar-like sweetness and light peat. Definitely no "bite" or much of an aftertaste. If you want a price driven single malt that is completely inoffensive, start here.
26th July 2016
Value for money.
20th June 2016
Got this for $27 and I am very impressed tastes just as good as things I've spent double that on, nothing particularly special about it just a very smooth fruity dram nice and oaky too maybe just a slight hint of salt on the finish.For the price probably my new favorite will be buying this again.Also my bottle looks very different from the one on here looks like the picture of the 18 year and I like it more wasn't a fan of their presentation before so I never tried them but now I am a fan. The Sugarbear
9th May 2016
Tomatin have got it spot on !! Excellent whisky at fair affordable prices !! Way too mutch elitism with many of the so called big boys of Single malt .
13th March 2016
This is a sweet, easy to like Scotch whisky for a low price. I didn't find anything objectionable about it. I saw it on sale for less than 32.00 per 750 and thought I'd give it a try. Glad I did. Add a few drops of Talisker and stump your friends.
16th January 2016
3rd December 2015
No complaints here...good flavor and interesting but easy to drink in any setting. My more experienced friends agree this is one tasty dram, regardless of the price.
18th July 2015
Relatively new to clean scotch but this one is incredible even for me either on the rocks or neat or with a whiskey rock or two. Smooth and easy to drink and experienced tasters agree, doesn't get much better at this price point.
This is a good 12 year old. It has a nice malty flavor that fills the mouth. Cirrus and orange notes. I drank it with ice a at 22.00 dollars which is rinsplash of water. Priced right too at $22.
27th May 2015
Did a vertical tasting of the Tomatin 12, 15 and 18 in one evening and to my surprise, I liked the 12 best! ( will do a second tasting of them all independently though just to be sure). Took plenty of time between tastings and cleansed the palate as well to ensure one didn't influence the other...here's what I got:Surprisingly minimal alcohol on the nose for a 43% ABV I thought. I got a marzipan-ish, dried fruit (dates) and sweet honey aroma with the palate yielding all the same. Finish was mild, sweet and smooth and was medium in length. Tried again with a splash of distilled water as well (as this was the first tasting) and found that overall, water didn't do much to this dram so I will drink it neat. (FYI - water DID do more to open up the 15 & 18 year olds... at least for me.)
11th April 2015
Low priced 12 YO. The nose is harsh and chemically. It does make a good whiskey and soda. For the price it would be a good everyday scotch and soda whiskey.
22nd March 2015