The Tomintoul Peated place among connoisseurs primarily for his peatiness and the slight smokiness appeal. Both are supplemented in this Single Speyside Malt beautifully by a sweet heather flavor. 94/100 pts. Jim Murray’s Whiskey Bible 2010 This whiskey comes from the Tomintoul Distillery in the Speyside / Scotland, and is bottled there. The color is quite bright; the flavor with a little peat, but a lot of caramel. Also, chocolate and vanilla dominate, and a little taste of cereal. The sweetness is somewhat reminiscent of liqueur. The taste also recalls roasted nuts and lavender, and of course lots of malt. Also dates resonate with and unite with smoke and wood. Experts speak of a new type of single malt whiskeys, and a drink in a class. The finish is unique and long. For the smoky facets combine with the sweetness of malt and nut and activate all the senses. Above all, this whiskey is often drunk in the evening and after eating. The Speyside region from which this whiskey comes, is considered the cradle of the whiskey distillery in Scotland. For in the highlands, situated on the River Spey, can be produced particularly well this kind of spirits. Best corn grows outside the door, clear water is virtually delivered free and enough space to allow the barrels an extensive maturity, you will also.
Tomintoul Peaty Tang is a single malt whisky from the Tomintoul whisky distillery (located in the Speyside region). Rated an average of 3.5 out of 5 by 9 reviewers and available from Master of Malt for only £31.33, with reviews like that this is one single malt whisky you can’t afford to miss