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Tomintoul Tlàth

Tomintoul Tlàth

Tomintoul Tlàth 1600 900 John Jeremy

The Tomintoul Tlàth is a Scotch whisky, that was released on the market in 2016. “Tlàth”, in Gaelic, means “gentle, honeyed” and the name was chosen precisely because it reflects the main characteristics of this product. The maturation of this whiskey takes place in ex-bourbon American oak barrels, which are selected by hand. This bottling was created to offer a Scotch at a high quality/price ratio.

  • Type: Single malt
  • Origin: Scotland
  • ABV: 40%
  • Cask: American oak
  • Age: not declared
  • Price: $39 – €30
  • Details: –
Tomintoul Tlàth

TASTING NOTES – TOMINTOUL TLATH

Nose

The alcohol component is perceivable. Yellow fruit (apple and melon), a hint of candied orange and aromatic herbs.

Palate

Notes of malt and yellow apple, with a touch of vanilla and hints of orange peel.

Finish

medium persistence. White pepper, yellow apple, and hints of Thousand flower honey.

Overall, the Tomintoul Tlàth is a fairly harmonious Scotch, even if the youth of this malt is perceived throughout, especially on the nose. A deecnt dram, without too many pretensions.

Rating: 82

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