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Tomintoul 15 Year Old with a Peaty Tang

(70cl, 40%)

Tomintoul 15 Year Old with a Peaty Tang

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Tomintoul 15yo Peaty Tang Bottling Note

Aged for 15 years in hand-picked oak barrels, this Speyside single malt Scotch whisky was distilled using peated malted barley at Tomintoul Distillery, giving that self-acknowledged 'Peaty Tang' uncommon in its region.

Bottled at a smooth 40% ABV, this release marks something of a follow up from this little beauty, only this edition has a declared age statement.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Aromatic heather roots and charred, musty oak opens onto copper and sherbet lemon effervescence amongst gristly barley sugar.

Palate: Burnt, buttered toast, green apple chunks and vegetal oak with hot white peppercorns. Honey-roasted walnuts linger with a few herbaceous notes underneath.

Finish: Long, warm with spicy cardamom prickling away in the backdrop.

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Tomintoul 15 Year Old with a Peaty Tang Reviews

Neither one thing nor the other

There is a strong aroma of peat, but the taste is very subtle. It tastes like water that's been infused with smoke. If you like peaty, this will be far too subtle, and if you don't like peat, it'll be too peaty I suspect.

16th July 2020

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