Tomintoul Peaty Tang

Tomintoul distillery is located in the famous Glenlivet, the valley of the river Livet. This peated bottling is intense and smoky, rather unusual for the distillery.

Tomintoul distillery is located in the famous Glenlivet, the valley of the river Livet. This peated bottling is intense and smoky, rather unusual for the distillery.

Details about this bottle Edit
1756
Tomintoul
Scotland, Speyside
Single Malt Whisky
40%
0.7 l
Original bottling
Chill filtration - WithArtifical colouring - With
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Average tasting notes Tasting Notes
Calculated from 4 Tasting Notes
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Nosing
Peat Smoke:
Herbs:
Heather:
Floral:
Sweet:
Fruit:
Malt:
Grass:
Vanilla:
Apple:
Bonfire Smoke:
Leather:
Nuts:
Oak:
Zitrus:
Maritime Notes:
Herb:
Alcohol:
Fig:
Ham:
Lemon:
Lime:
Oil:
Plum:
Salt:
Seaweed:
Sherry:
Tasting
Peat Smoke:
Sweet:
Malt:
Nuts:
Fruit:
Spices:
Herbs:
Bonfire Smoke:
Oak:
Alcohol:
Oil:
Vanilla:
Grass:
Heather:
Leather:
Herb:
Apple:
Chili:
Chocolate:
Clove:
Floral:
Ham:
Hay:
Hazelnut:
Lemon:
Medicinal Smoke:
Nutmeg:
Salt:
Walnut:
Zitrus:
Maritime Notes:
Finish
Peat Smoke:
Malt:
Sweet:
Alcohol:
Nuts:
Oak:
Spices:
Oil:
Heather:
Herbs:
Herb:
Dark Chocolate:
Grass:
Ham:
Lemon:
Pepper:
Seaweed:
Tobacco:
Zitrus:
Maritime Notes:

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Tasting notes of EbbeC:

EbbeC
08. May 2016
Nosing:
Peat SmokeBonfire SmokeHeatherHamFruit
Taste:
Peat SmokeBonfire SmokeFloralSweetMalt
Finish:
Peat SmokeSweetMalt
Comment:
The taste was surprisingly sweet after smelling the intense peat smoke. The taste was a short sweet malt before giving way to the smoke behind. The finish was shorter than you normally find in a heavy peat whisky. This was a quite laid back for a peat whisky. Safe for someone who is not sure if they're into peat or not.

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