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The Tomatin 14 Year Old was introduced to the core range in 2014. It features Highland single malt matured in bourbon barrels as well as specially selected Port casks, imparting wine-like sweetness to the whisky.
Nose: Quite a powerful nose. Big bunches of red berries and grapes. Vanilla, oak and hints of white pepper.
Palate: Dark chocolate dipped in strawberries. Crushed almonds, walnuts, Victoria sponge (with plenty of the prerequisite jam and cream in the middle) and a centre of oak.
Finish: Fruity on the finish.
Overall: A neat addition to Tomatin's collection.
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A lovely fruity dessert dram, strong up front and long in the back. Fruity, a bit of mellow spice, vanilla perhaps, and a warming finish.
14th December 2016
Tried this at the distillery, surprised at the initial nose of oak and vanilla which gave way to christmas cake on the palate. The finish was of good length and warming.Good example of a port wood finish.
22nd September 2016
Very interesting dram at a great price. Very happy to have this in my collection, adds great contrast to most drams.
6th September 2016
Powerful nose, yet suprisingly smooth. Deeply satisfying, like a log fire on a stormy evening.
21st June 2015
This was simply beautiful on the nose, rich on the palate and the finish is long, silky and satisfying.I usually struggle with Port Wood finishes and rarely come across any I truly enjoy. This is the exception. Strongly recommend, good bang for the buck!Whisky Lassie
27th November 2014