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Tormore is a fairly young distillery, built in 1958 as part of an expansion plan undertaken by Long John International after that company’s acquisition in 1956 by the American corporation Schenley Industries. Currently Tormore is owned by Chivas Bros, subsidiary of Pernod Ricard, and supplies malt to the company vast blended whisky portfolio. Tormore single malt has never been widely recognized, the 12 years old introduced in 2004 remained the only core expression for 10 years. In the late 2013 it was phased out and replaced with two small batch bottlings, 14 and 16 years old, both containing whisky aged solely in ex-bourbon casks and bottled at 48% abv without chill-filtration. Batch B 1309 was released in September 2013 for the French market.
Nose: nutty and fruity, roasted peanuts and chestnuts, coffee beans, raisins, gooseberries, cranberries, butterscotch, touch of cardboard and oak.
Palate: pretty rich, bitter orange marmalade, pears, apricots, honey, milk chocolate, candied ginger and roasted nuts.
Finish: medium long and quite spicy, pepper, ginger, cinnamon and orange zest.