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Tomintoul Distillery was founded in 1964 by two whisky broking companies from Glasgow, Hay & MacLeod and W. & S. Strong. In the early 1970s they merged with Whyte & Mackay and subsequently Tomintoul whisky started playing bigger role in Whyte & Mackay blends. In 2000 the distillery was acquired by Angus Dundee Distillers, a company with most revenue coming from blending whisky trade. Tomintoul labels itself as ‘The Gentle Dram’ and it certainly is one of the lightest Speyside single malts. The 27 years old expression was introduced in 2004 and remained part of the range for five years. The whisky was aged in white American oak barrels.
Nose: fresh, malty and fruity, oranges, kiwis, cantaloupe, grapes, vanilla, caramel, hints of white pepper and mulling spices and touch of oak.
Palate: light, malty, toffee, vanilla, caramel, buttered toast, milk chocolate, pineapples, oranges and pleasant oaky bitterness.
Finish: medium long with notes lemon and orange peel, vanilla and oak.