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Tomintoul 16 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Tomintoul 16 Year Old

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Tomintoul 16 Bottling Note

This is the 16 year old single malt Scotch whisky from the Tomintoul distillery, matured in selected bourbon casks. It was crafted by fourth generation distiller, Robert Fleming. Rather elegant and flavoursome, this one.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Medium-bodied and punchy. There are notes of stemmy cut hay and dried grasses, a leafy green note and a touch of rooty earth and fudge.

Palate: Notes of boiled sweets, espresso, mochaccino, ground almonds and granary toast with melted butter. Vanilla fudge and thick cream.

Finish: The finish is of good length with notes almond and barley sugar.

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Tomintoul 16 Year Old Reviews

Smooth

Good but not particularly exciting - quite thin even, but a great start for someone new to whisky or enjoys a milder flavour. It is smooth and a great aperitif. Pretty good value at under £42.

3rd September 2020

100%

One of my favorites. No peat and easy gentle taste

25th July 2020

Smooth and mellow

If you're looking for a reasonably aged, smooth and mellow Speyside dram at a very reasonable price, then this may well be for you. Ok, it's not prefect - it's only 40%, is chillfiltered and is not natural colour but it does go down well and taste good. It's not my usual type of dram but i have to admit that I did enjoy it.

7th June 2020

The very best !

This has been my go to scotch for several years. A consistent almond finish almost sherryish. Sadly it is becoming very difficult to find in the U.S. This may finally nudge us into a distillery visit. We think it is underrated and undervalued in scotch circles. Deserving of the highest praise !

27th December 2019

Lovely dram

I discovered the Tomintoul range a few years back, the 16yr old is lovely dram easy to take, and one that I find fabulous value for money. I've had more expensive whisky, that is nowhere near as drinkable as this.

6th December 2019

Late spring with vanilla

Just had my first dram. Easy on the palate. Doesn't overwhelm and very enjoyable. Smooth vanilla with a late spring taste. About to have a second to flush out some of the other notes. Medium finish.

17th June 2019

I want more please.

Wish I could get this 16 year old delicious, smooth whisky in Cambridge Ontario. Not available at LCBO and you don't ship here, sadly.

9th November 2018

The smoothest I’ve had

Having tried dozens of different single malts over the years, with a taste that runs heavily toward the Speysides, I must say that this is a beautiful whiskey which can be enjoyed at a price that doesn’t put it out of reach for the average drinker. In fact, if I could only buy one single malt the rest of my life (as opposed to some fantasy of being given anything out there), this would be the one.

10th August 2018

You may not like it but you’ll never convince me that you think it’s the worst.

I’m only disappointed that since my introduction some 10 years ago, I’ve had difficulty finding it, keeping it and giving it up! I prefer it over my $300 and even a more recent much higher price bottle! Always keep one in the cellar!

23rd February 2018

It may not be the best but none is better.

It’s excellent. Very Smooth Very similar to glenlevet As for the 26 year olds comment. What you know at 26 you can put in an ants asshole and have room left over. Excellent single malt scotch.

4th December 2017

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