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Released in late 2007, a peaty single malt from the Tomintoul distillery.
Nose: Full and pungent. There are notes of heather roots and wood smoke. A dark peat with notes of copper and pine oils with a touch of gentle sweetness from the barley malt.
Palate: Quite rich and powerful. There are notes of toasted oak with notes of pepper and the smoke thereof. Notes of toasty cereals and supple peat. A wistful ash note builds.
Finish: Long and hot with pepper and a leafy green note.
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My cousin/brother by another Mother gave me a bottle of this commemorating my retirement. He's known I've LOVED Scot's whisky for years and this was/is the "icing on the cake." I HIGHLY recommend this IF, and only if, you're looking for something to broaden your Scot's whisky boundaries. It's surely LOVELY. And, ONLY to be enjoyed S-L-O-W-L-Y. VERY enjoyably slowly...by the thimble full! It's a treat to behold for those with discriminating Scot's whisky tastes. Enjoy!
1st August 2016
Bought this whisky as a cheap peaty dram, only 18,50 euro's. This is a great whisky in it's price range. A decent whisky overall. Nice peaty flavor, little peppery, some hints of dark chocolate, subtle sweet finish. Richer than I expected. Gets even better with a little bit of water. Very nice! Great for someone who wants to try peated whiskies for the first time!
14th January 2016
Great stuff and a rich quaff from Tomnitoul. Just enough of heady, rich peat and a great crossover taste to the smoky, peaty jewels that form the class of Islay sips.
7th January 2016
Not my style at all, way too smoky. You either love this or hate it and my bottle is basically decoration
16th December 2015
I decided to try something different with some trepidation, due to tails of non-peatophile friends, a different Speyside. I am a great fan of the Speyside whiskies. I will have to say this is one of my new favorites. Great sweetness of the classic Speyside with a nice earthy, smoky flavour. Hint of juniper or pine and pepper. Finish is nice without the lingering heavy smoke friends have spoken of in the Islay whisky.
21st October 2015
...I'm pretty sure this very subtle drink will be my "standard" bottle.I can't say much about the aromas (for me it tastes like a good, peaty, well-rounded scotch) but I do know that I like it better than many (loads) more expensive ones I've had and it makes me wonder which other pearls are still left to be discovered. Thumbs up, I guess I'll be making a detour when I finally get to visit Islay!
2nd January 2015
A very nice peaty malt, not as heavy as my favourite Ardbeg . But I have enjoyed so much that I will get another bottle. I found it slightly sweet and smoother than your usual peat Malts. Very nice and well done Robert Fleming.
10th May 2014
This proves the above. Very nice for people who like some smoke but are not up for a hardcore Laphroaig or other peat monster. Here the peat IS quite powerfull, but the rest of the palate is very smooth en the (cereal) sweetness rounds of the smoke in the most pleasant way, making it more approachable. What a steal!
11th February 2014
Very soothing the smokey oak resonates upmost.
26th November 2013