The fruity flavours in this old malt are outstanding, but the tannic wood notes are on the verge of getting out of control. – Rating: 84/100
The fruity flavours of this old malt are wonderful but the wood has already left a noticeable footprint. – Rating: 87/100
The label doesn’t lie: it is a gentle dram, not a smack into your face, a well-behaved fruity malt for easy sipping. – Rating: 81/100
For a malt of this age I was a little disappointed. It’s good, but really not exceptional. – Rating: 84/100
The new expression of Tomintoul is a smooth and pleasant sherried dram. It is slightly dry but not overly woody. Rating: 84/100
Nocticeably better than its unpeated cousin but cannot really cope with good Islay malts – Score: 75/100
Middle-of-the-road malt. Doesn’t hurt the palate but is soon forgotten. – Score: 71/100
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