Tomintoul 10 Year Old

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Tomintoul 10 Year Old
Web Exclusive Price £29.95 £24.96 ex VAT (£42.79 per litre)
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The first bottling of Tomintoul to be released after it changed hands in 2000, it's a rounded dram with fruit and toffee, and a peppery finish.

Distillery Bottling
10 Year Old

Tomintoul 10 Year Old Reviews

7 Customer Reviews

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  • 3
    16 March 2018

    a bit too spicy for me...but my friends love it. as with all whiskeys, preference is very subjective.

  • 4
    2 February 2018

    Depends on price. If priced above Glenmorangie 10, Glenlivet/Glenfiddich 12, Speyburn 10, Old Pulteney 12, then choose one of those. I got mine for way less, so I am happy. It's a simple, pleasant Speysider with not too much distillery character like Glenmorangie or Pulteney. Yet a pleasant clean malt with nice packaging.

  • 5
    11 August 2017

    Great whisky. Will be getting more!!

  • 4
    11 September 2016

    I was first introduced to this Whisky, as more a "ladies whisky". I feel the description suits it well especially if you are not accustom to whisky. I cannot drink heavy whiskey as it is often too "peaty" for me. This is lovely on the winters evening after a cold brisk walk.

  • 3
    3 June 2016

    this is middle of the road in my view, its good quality but does have anything that makes me buy again, not very interesting at all to be honest.

  • Anonymous 15 June 2011

    Tomintoul-10 reminds me of an unsigned indie band, compared to say some commercial pop of the other speysides. It's not as finessed, not as distinctly fruity or sweet and the flavours run together a bit, but it's energetic and spicy. Further more, it improves the more you drink it rather.

  • James Saxon 14 August 2009

    When malts were still an interest instead of an obsession, I had this when I was on holiday in the Braemar area. To this day, even after old Highland Parks, eccentric Dalmores and rare Auchentoshans, I have not had a dram as uniquely, unassumingly pleasurable as this was when mixed with water straight from the tap.