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A gentle 10 year old from the Speyside distillery, Tomintoul. This was introduced to their range in 2002, two years after the distillery was bought by Angus Dundee.
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.
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Not remarkable (not necessarily a bad thing) by any any standards. Vanilla, caramel, and spice notes with a hint of class. Extremely palatable. Tastes like a blended masterpiece. I loved it.
6th August 2015
Smooth and sweet with some spiced wood notes. No peat or earthy-ness but well-ballanced. A safe bet if you're unsure of the recipient's preferences - I can't imagine anyone actively disliking it.
18th February 2015
What a delightful nose all salted caramel and vanilla. There's no great length to the finish but it's pleasan enough.
8th January 2015
So easy to drink that my wife has finished the bottle whilst I was out.
8th November 2013
One for the whisky cupboard. Easy on the palate with a nice rounded semi sweet flavour.
29th August 2013
A lovely gentle dram, mixes in to cream for deserts without causing any bitterness. Got to be the Pastry Chefs Whisky.
4th September 2012
Always have a bottle of this dram in my whisky bar. Pleasant, enjoyable everyday sipping malt:)
20th August 2012