Tomintoul 2001 Aged 19 Years Speyside Single Cask Single Malt Scotch Whisky – Cask No. 37 (700ml)
Volume: 700ml ABV: 58.4% Age: 19 Years Old Country: Scotland
Tomintoul distillery is built in the highest village in the highlands of Scotland and can sometimes be very hard to access due to the road being blocked with snow and ice in the winter. However hard it is to get here the storage facilities at Tomintoul are huge and boast a warehouse that can accomodate ten million litres of malt within the grounds. The water source is the local Ballantruan Spring and with this water they produce about 3,000,000 litres of spirit annually. The current owners are Angus Dundee plc and the distillery has four stills to produce the spirit. This spirit is mainly used and a very valuable contribution to Whyte and MacKay’s blends.
This single cask single malt whisky was distilled on the 15th of January 2001 and left to mature for no less than 19 years in a premium first fill ex-Bourbon Barrel. It was bottled in January 2020 with only 251 bottles being produced for worldwide consumption. It was bottled at 58.4% ABV to allow for the whisky connoisseur to enjoy this whisky at its finest.
Our Tasting Notes
Nose: Butterscotch and caramel, Violet Crumble with Christmas spices.
Palate: Creamy and malty with subtle white peppery spice.
Finish: Long and dry with toasted nuts and luxurious oak.
|35 × 14 × 14 cm
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