Tomintoul is a relatively modern distillery, having been built in 1964-65. The distillery is owned by the independent company Angus Dundee Distillers, which bought it from the troubled Whyte & Mackay group in 2000. ADD have expanded the core range in 2008 to include a 12 year old 'Peaty Tang' expression (the distillery also makes a heavily ... Read More »
Long known as 'the gentle dram' Tomintoul 16yo is soft and nutty, with a pleasant richness. A Gold Medal winner at the International Wine & Spirits Competition (IWSC), this is a cracking dram for the money. Please note that this is a 35cl bottle!
Long known as 'the gentle dram' Tomintoul 16yo is soft and nutty, with a pleasant richness. A Gold Medal winner at the International Wine & Spirits Competition (IWSC), this is a cracking dram for the money.
This 21yo Tomintoul boasts a floral, fruity, spicy character and was introduced in summer 2011 following the demise of 27yo. As with its illustrious predecessor, this will gladden the hearts of fans of mature easy-drinking Speyside whiskies that don't cost the earth.
A long-aged expression of Tomintoul, this 33yo replaces the old 27 yo bottling. Another hit for Angus Dundee, who have done great things with this distillery since their takeover in 2000. Award winner at the WWA 2010:
A rare vintaged single cask whisky from Tomintoul, the first from current owners Angus Dundee. It was distilled on 30th October 1981, matured in a bourbon cask for 31 years and bottled on 20th February 2013 at a cask strength of 53.9%.
An interesting whisky from Gordon & Macphail, bottled for a special reason - commemorating MD David Urquart's 40 years of service on his retirement in late 2012. The whisky is a 1972 vintage Tomintoul, bottled at 40 years old, and was a big hit at The Whisky Show in 2012.