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Tomintoul Distillery sits on the banks of the river Avon, within the parish Glenlivet thus its right to use “the Glenlivet” suffix stands really tall. The distillery was founded in 1964 by two whisky broking companies, which shortly merged with Whyte & Mackay, leading producers of blended whisky. Tomintoul single malt was launched in 1974, but until the end of the 20th Century the brand enjoyed rather modest popularity. Angus Dundee Distillers took over in 2000 and keeps expanding the range. Tomintoul 14 years old was released in 2009. The whisky was aged exclusively in ex-bourbon barrels and is bottled of natural color and without chill-filtration with alcohol content increased to 46% abv.
Nose: very subtle, fruity and slightly grassy, vanilla, butterscotch, bananas, pears, coconut flakes, hints of hay and walnuts.
Palate: smooth, vanilla, honey, milk chocolate, sweet cereals, lemon grass, notes of white pepper and aniseed and touch of oak.
Finish: not too long, with notes of vanilla, lemon peel and delicate spicy notes.