Tomintoul 10 Year Old Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 40%
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Tomintoul 10 Year Old
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Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Tomintoul
Style Single Malt Whisky

Tomintoul 10

A gentle 10 year old from the Speyside distillery, Tomintoul, matured exclusively in American oak bourbon barrels. Tomintoul 10 Year Old was introduced to the range in 2002, two years after the distillery was bought by Angus Dundee, and has been awarded gold medals for its taste by some of the most prestigious spirits competitions in the world.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Medium-body and well-balanced. There are notes of vanilla fudge and barley. Tones of malt extract and espresso, hints of mochaccino and oak.

Palate Pleasingly viscous, with notes of barley sugar, toasty cereals, acacia honey and malt extract. Honeycomb, toffee and a touch of vanilla fudge.

Finish Quite short, yet charming.

Winner of 2 spirit awards

Double Gold
Double Gold
Single Malt Scotch - to 12 Yrs - 2022
San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Silver
Silver
Distillers' Single Malts 12 years and under - 2022
International Spirits Challenge

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Reviews for Tomintoul 10 Year Old
Very harsh
Bought is as a gift. Very harsh, tasted like a very cheap NAS blend. The worst single malt I've tried in my life. Was that a bad batch or have the distillery changed the way they make it?
celtiberian , Brazil
3 months ago
Not like the tasting notes
My bottle was too harsh and young. Nowhere near the expected when reading the tasting notes. I will not buy it again.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Did not enjoy it at all.
I debated a long time before purchasing Tomintoul, as some people really like it, and others' not so much: Well, I am now in the "not so much" category. Really did not find it at all enjoyable to drink -- quite odd tasting and rather harsh, not at all smooth and mellow like they quote on the bottle. There are so many other Scotch whiskeys' that I would rather purchase than this.
Mike M , Canada
one year ago
Delicious summer time after dinner dram.
This is a very drinkable whisky. More reminiscent of a top Irish whiskey. Undeniably smooth. Not much complexity here. I enjoyed it, especially the hints of vanilla and touch of citrus I get. I only wish it had more to offer from a bit higher ABV, even if it was 43% instead of the 40%. As it is I could see enjoying this after dinner sitting outside on a summer evening with some friends. If you’re looking for a very nice dessert whisky then you could do far worse.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Quiet enjoyable dram
My go to Whisky caramel and toffee nose, smooth and full flavoured honey and caramel. I dont drink a lot of whisky but have tried many, this is my favourite by a fare way
Graham T , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Introductory single malt for those that want to start
Nice nose of vanilla, with a touch of orange peel, smokeless. On the palate, cereal, with a slightly citrus, with a nice mouthfeel of oils, medium finish of barley
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Beautiful mellow flavour.
Just tasted a series of 5 samples over different evenings: Tomintoul, Glencadam, Arran, Penderyn Legend, The Ileach. Rated them in that order. A few drops of Tomintoul provided a delicious, smooth effect - beautiful aroma, taste, and very mellow. The Ileach was a big disappointment - very harsh. The word 'creosote' was exchnaged between my wife and I...
Stuart R , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Not much to it
There are much better Speyside whiskies at the price point in my opinion.

Nose: harsh, sweet, citrus, fudge.
Palatte: watery (direct opposite to MoM tasting note) and mellow.
Finish: very short with no burn.

Chris B , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Warming with caramel
Very nice, harsher than I expected at first but a smooth caramel finish. On the nose it’s very much fudge and caramel.
Matthew L , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Positvely morish
Absolutely delightful
Bob C , United Kingdom
3 years ago