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Tomintoul 36 Year Old 1976 (bottled 2013)

(70cl, 40%)

Tomintoul 36 Year Old 1976 (bottled 2013)
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Tomintoul 36yo 1976 Bottling Note

The 2013 bottling of Tomintoul's stupendous 1976 vintage single malt Scotch whisky, distilled two years after the number of still at Tomintoul doubled, from two to four. The 2007 bottling of the 1976 vintage have been very well met, receiving a score of 93.5 in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible and a Gold medal at the International Spirits Challenge 2008.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Orange sherbet, strawberries, lime, brioche, fresh rose. A very subtle touch of coastal air - not much, but just enough to notice.

Palate: A soft, elegant whisky that boasts a palate packing juicy peach, watermelon and a hint of banana. Buttery malt develops.

Finish: A slight prickle of baking spice underneath more creamy stone fruit notes.

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Tomintoul 36 Year Old 1976 (bottled 2013) Reviews

a little overrated

I would have thought this would be similar to the 2007 bottling, which won GOLD award. It might just be my taste in Whisky, but I was expecting this to be a lot smoother and tastier than my other whiskies worth a third of what i paid. I thought it was unfair to compare a Speyside with a Highland, but my other Speyside bottle which was only 35 was smoother with a longer finish. Wish I stuck with the other Speyside I shortlisted, which is a 30 YO, was cheaper and was one I actually tasted.

16th October 2015

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