Tormore 12 Year Old

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Tormore 12 Year Old
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Web Exclusive Price £39.95 £33.29 ex VAT (£57.07 per litre)
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Launched in 2004 this is the main official bottling of Tormore, part of the Chivas Brothers portfolio of distilleries.
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12 Year Old

Tormore 12 Year Old Reviews

19 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    13 days ago

    Lovely stuff. Smooth sailing.

  • 2
    11 October 2015

    Picked it on a business trip out of India as I needed something cheap for the long boring evenings while touring The cork was of such poor quality that it broke while opening the bottle The dram itself isn''t too bad.. Honey''ish that settles well on the palate.. Not much in terms of an after taste though All in all, quite disappointing but for the price

  • 3
    24 May 2015

    I can''t say anything bad about this one. Quite enjoyable.

  • Anonymous 20 January 2014

    Got this bottle for my b-day from my best friend. Really enjoyed its sweet smell and sweet finish. great whisky for this price!

  • Anonymous 9 June 2013

    My first taste of this when a bottle was all alone on the self in sainsburys reduced to clear for £19-99p discontinued of nicest malts i have tasted still looking out for any more bottles which may be out their.

  • Anonymous 27 May 2013

    Really good malt you don't hear a great deal about....worth getting.

  • Anonymous 15 April 2013

    Really liked this dram and worth picking it up as it has been discontinued. A great blending malt at the heart of many a fine blend.

  • Antonio Caro 10 April 2011

    I didn't like the finish at all. I prefer Tamdhu or Glen Moray a this price range.

  • Anonymous 24 September 2010

    This is fairly average. But for an SM, you're paying for fairly average at this price. If you're new to the SM world you certainly won't be offended, and it's as good a place to start as any. If you know your SM's, then you're probably not looking at this anyway.

  • Dr D 7 January 2010

    Like to try out a few different single malts every winter. So came across this. Agree about the caramel after taste but as I drink whisky witrh crackers and mature cheese, Itried it after a mature goats cheese - big difference and got that after sip bite back

  • Anonymous 19 September 2009

    its ok, remember the price paid, its still a 12 year old malt. s.c.

  • s.p.bristol 12 April 2009

    not bad for the initial tasting,i've experienced worse,it's light and carries a unusual aftertaste but enjoyable malt all the same,would certainly recommend to first time tipplers

  • Kim 7 April 2009

    Shouldn't expect too much at this price. Almost put off by that sickly looking blue tube. Not undrinkable, but does remind me of butter well past it's sell by date. The first SM I've come across that I definately won't be buying again.

  • househermit05 10 October 2008

    Not impressed.Stong aftertaste of butter makes this one to avoid unless you like that sort of thing

  • James Saxon 24 September 2008

    I would say this is a very gentle malt indeed, much like the Tomintoul 10 YO. I think it's an excellent malt for the price and can anyone else smell frying butter?!

  • Anonymous 1 August 2008

    Just picked up a bottle recently. First speyside i've ever had. Most enjoyable.

  • Anonymous 8 July 2008

    Reminds me of the Auchentoshan 3 wood (yes I know that's a Lowland) without the edges or the hefty price tag. Complex nose and pallete with a smooth finish. A good Speyside.

  • Anonymous 12 April 2008

    Disagree. No better or worse than many in this price range.

  • Anonymous 3 February 2008

    Death by caramel. Avoid.