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Tomatin Five Virtues - Earth

(70cl, 46%)

Tomatin Five Virtues - Earth
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Tomatin 5 Virtues - Earth Bottling Note

The third release in Tomatin's Five Virtues range (following on from Wood and Fire) is the Earth expression. For this single malt, they've used peated barley - Tomatin only distil peated barley for two weeks every year, and it's only released under the Cù Bòcan name. Following distillation, Earth is matured in refill hogsheads before bottling at 46% ABV. 6,000 bottles were produced.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Almond croissant, toasted vanilla pod and a hint of heather honey.

Palate: Layers smoke and malt, followed by a kick of blackberry sweetness.

Finish: Roasted coffee beans, salted chocolate.

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Tomatin Five Virtues - Earth Reviews

A good winter fireside warmer.

Got a bottle from my daughter for my birthday today (thanks Alice Heather) and it was a good choice! As an Islay man this is my kind of Highland. Creamy and warming with just enough peat smoke, and a nice colour.

23rd October 2017

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