Beautifully-presented bottle of Tobermory. The whisky is matured in Gonzalez Byass Oloroso sherry casks and the casks mature on the mainland before travelling back to Mull for the final year before bottling.
(£55.29 ex. VAT)
CountryScotlandRegionIslandBottlerDistillery BottlingAge15 Year OldChill FilteredNo
Nose: A lovely sherried nose with notes of figs, orange marmalade, hints of leather and a touch of smoke.
Palate: Medium to full bodied. Rich sherry fruit cake, milk chocolate, creamy toffee, light oak, a hint of white pepper creating a lovely spicy tang.
Finish: Softly spicy, tingling with a nutty note, a hint of salt, lingering then gently fades.
Customer Reviews: (8 reviews)
I had a bottle for Xmas from my wife, & i had a dram at midnight last night.
Wow, what a way to start the new year.
A really excellent malt.
- Rick., 1st January
As a lover of the standard 10yr old I didnt think scotch coud get any better, I was wrong!
- Paul, 14th May '12
I have tried a lot of sherried scotch and this is now my favorite. It is far superior to many of the Glenfarclas line including the 25 year old. I would rate it close to 95 and the body is just great. Just fabulous!
- anonymous, 18th Feb '11
Just received a bottle as a gift from my pipe-band.Had a very wee dram.The best gift a former PM could ask for. Thank you band, thank you Tobermory.
- anonymous, 1st Feb '11
I've always preferred Irish whiskey, until I tried this on holiday in Tobermory. It immediately became the most expensive whiskey I had ever bought. It tastes amazing and is beautifully presented with the wooden display case.Money well spent!
- Simon Rathbone, 2nd Dec '10
After my first tasting at the Whisky festival in Leiden (The Netherlands) it became my favorit single malt.
- anonymous, 8th Mar '10
Might be the best scotch for the money I have ever tasted.
- anonymous, 17th Nov '09
Compared to the standard 10 yr old bottling of old (somewhat cabbagey smelling...), this bottling is an absolute revelation for Tobermory. Toffee-apples on the nose and a big sweet robust mouthful with a long salty finish. First class.
- Grant, 18th Nov '08
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