Tomintoul Seiridh Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 40%
Product details
Tomintoul Seiridh
Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Tomintoul
Style Single Malt Whisky

Tomintoul Seiridh

Tomintoul Seiridh wears its heart on its sleeve... Or label, really... Anyway, the name 'Seiridh' (pronounced "sheh-ree") comes from the Scottish Gaelic for sherry, and as such, it was finished in first-fill Oloroso sherry butts after initially ageing in American oak Bourbon casks. Master distiller Robert Fleming hand-picked the sherry casks from a family-owned bodega in Andalucia, Spain. He picked very well, it seems.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Nutty barley and soft red berries, with a touch of mocha underneath.

Palate Christmas cake richness, supported by toasted pecan, toffee and a just hint of spicy clove.

Finish Red liquorice, coffee, butterscotch and flamed orange remain.

Winner of 2 spirit awards

Single Malt No Age Statement - 2020
International Spirits Challenge
Speyside No Age Statement - 2020
The Scotch Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Tomintoul Seiridh
Seen this, and thought I just had to try it. Sadly it didn't live up to expectations, the reviews, or any previous Tomintoul I've had. Had a few friends round, and they unfortunately agreed with me. Not an awful whisky, but uninspiring, and bland. Mere hints of the tasting notes, not a patch on any Glen Farclas, and as such, just sat on a shelf, and left.
Derek W C , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Gentle dram with nice sweet taste from the sherry casks. If you are not a peat fan try this one...
johan g , South Africa
3 years ago
Easy dram
Bought this as a wild card. Given that I seem to prefer this flavour profile, I was on fairly safe ground.
The price helps too!
Spicy start, fruity finish, with or without a splash of water. Easy on the palate, nice warming afterglow.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Not much 'Seiridh' influence
Tomintoul Seridh (sherry) - not much sherry influence to the eye, on the nose or to taste but, that said, this is a decent version of Tomintoul at a fair price. A Glendronach it is not but it is a sherry finish for a few months rather than having been matured for the whole time in sherry casks. It is a smooth, fruity whisky with a long sweet finish and I must say that I have enjoyed every dram so far.
Robert S , United Kingdom
4 years ago