Tomintoul Peaty Tang

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Tomintoul Peaty Tang
Web Exclusive Price £29.95 £24.96 ex VAT (£42.79 per litre)
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Customer Rating
We assume that this new no-age-statement peated Tomintoul must be similar to the Old Ballantruan but at a reduced strength. Either way, at this price it must be worth a punt for peatheads.
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Tomintoul Peaty Tang Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Tasting Notes

    Colour: Rich gold

    Nose:  Heathery smoke balanced with subtle floral tones

    Palate:  Gentle "peat-reek" flavours with a hint of malty nuttiness

    Finish:  Lingering smoke and peat with a touch of sweetness

5 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    23 June 2014

    This is a malty Speyside dram with just a light hint of peat to add complexity. Still a rounded Speyside malt, nothing like an Islay. Very nice indeed.

  • 12 November 2013

    As a Speyside fan I don't do much peat - but this has just the right amount for me when I fancy something a bit different

  • 21 March 2013

    Splendid. A fabulous Speyside that's put its wellies on and gone for a good old stamp around in the peat. It's so young and lively, so fresh and sweet, with those delicate peaty zephyrs wafting through it. "Tang" really sums it up: just a little something extra that makes it so special.

  • 15 July 2012

    Surprised!! Surprised!! Surprised!! A well-balanced dram with just the right amount of peatiness by not trying to imitate an Islay. Still retains its Speyside character. Complexity present for such an obviously young whisky. Pear Drops with a sweet milk chocolate undertones. Pleasant finish that softly walks away.

  • 17 December 2009

    Finally, reliable producer's tasting notes. This proved a lot more complex than I had anticipated. Initially the peat smoke on the nose bears a resemblance to Islay-style smoke, particularly that of the younger Bowmores, but it quickly becomes more Speyside-ish. That "peaty tang" rather acts like a skin, because the delicate malty heart of Tomintoul is still there, intact, underneath. Very tasty indeed.