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The whisky

List of the bottles

Tomatin: official bottlings

Tomatin

12 years

Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
40,0 %
Bottler
Official
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78/100
The colour is gold, with bronze glints. The nose detects some malt, grapes and anise perfumes.
The taste confirms the smell, and is sweet with some caramel hints.
The finish is warm, spicy with ginger touches.

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Personal Comment
At the fist nosing, beyond any shadow of a doubt, a quality Speyside. A typical malted roundness. The impression in the palate is pleasant, round and not too complex. No big surprise, except that such a good malt is coming from the biggest distillery of Scotland, Not to much spices, but it is not a flat whisky neither. A short and discrete finish. A very good bottle, and an excellent quality-price ratio.
79/100
The second tasting just confirmed the first one
79/100
The nose is rather complex, with some hints of malt and bee wax on a slightly spicy backgroune. The palate confirms the nose, with that impression of slightly spicy malt, very pleasant even if it is quite monotonous. A nice spicy and relatively long finish.
79/100Quite a pleasant nose although relatively discrete. Light hints of toasted bread and malted barley and some floral notes.
The mouth is much the same as the nose was, dominated by cereals. No complexity and no originality. Just a pleasant whisky.
The finish is not too long and remains marked by cereal.
74/100

Tomatin

30 ans

Age
30 years
Alcohol percentage
49,3 %
Bottler
Official
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89/100
Tomatin 30
Personal Comment
Colour: Old gold
The first nose is pleasantly marked by discreet notes of cocoa and hints of fruit and grain. A very balanced and pleasant whole.
On the palate, an impression of ripe fruit complements the malty sweetness of the nose. Here again the balance is remarkable. Subtle notes of fruit acids alternate with slightly woody notes to return on the sweetness of malt at the end.
The finish is long and fresh, first fruity and then evolves, as was the case in the mouth with a subtle blend of discrete bitterness (cashews) and malty sweetness while retaining a touch of acid fruit .
89/100

Tomatin: independant bottlings

Tomatin

Un-chillfiltered collection 1989

Collection
Un-chillfiltered Collection
Age
12 years
Alcohol percentage
46,0 %
Bottler
Signatory
Cask
Sherry
Particularity
Non chillfiltered
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84/100
Personal Comment
Tomatin's single malt is not the best known, even if it is coming from the biggest distillery of Scotland. Such a malt is often looked at with some suspicion. This is the wrong approach. The aromas of the non chill filtered version are wonderful. The spicy taste is very rich, with the additional character due to the filtration. The finish is very long and pleasant.
84/100
The second tasting just confirmed this bottle is a very good one. This kind of indefinable but very pleasant smell is still present, followed by a high degree of complexity in the palate... The exceptionally long finish crowns the whole.
84/100
At the third tasting, a doubt about this strange smell which could be described by wet earth clear floral hints is still present. Roses staying on wet earth for a while. In the palate, a very nice complexity, going from malt mixed with citrus fruits with clear bitter notes, unripe walnut, oak. A trip through all the range of possible tastes. A very nice finish, with still the presence of this bitter/flowery hints a chill filtration did not destroy. A very nice bottle.
84/100

Tomatin

Old Train Line, 30 years

Collection
Old Train Line
Age
30 years
Alcohol percentage
55,0 %
Bottler
Jack Wieber
Cask
Bourbon
Cask number
single cask 2601
Dates
Distil: 03-1976 Bottling: 01-2007
Bottle
68 of 273 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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88/100
Tomatin 30 ans Jack Wieber
Personal Comment
The nose is marked by both cereals and fruits. Mix of citrus fruit and apples and a touch of smoke. The acid character dominates clearly, promising a nice freshness and interesting complexity.
In the palate, it's first a whole fruit basket which overcomes you, apples, citrus fruits... nice freshness, remarkable balance. The mouth is very pleasant even if it is not really complex. The subtle nuances remain in the acid fruit register.
The finish is long and presents a mix of acid freshness and a kind of discrete bitterness.
88/100

Tomatin

19 years

Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
57,6 %
Bottler
Master of Malt
Dates
Distil: 1989 Bottling: 07-2008
Bottle
47 of 264 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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BT2011 85/100
Tomatin 19 Master of malt
BT2011
Personal Comment
A pleasant fruity nose which announces a nice complexity due to the contrasted notes of green apple and ripe fruit.
The palate is nicely complex, going from fruity freshness of green apple to slightly woody notes before coming back on fruit (ripe fruit now). Presence of alcohol is obvious, but not really hindering as there is no tingling, just an intense warmth.
Nice lingering finish. Nutty impressions (light bitterness) remain the longest while fruity memory fades quickly.
A very good bottle.
84/100

Tomatin

Cask Collection 20 years

Collection
Cask Collection
Age
20 years
Alcohol percentage
55,4 %
Bottler
Dewar Rattray
Cask number
single cask 1087
Dates
Distil: 01-06-1988 Bottling: 30-03-2009
Bottle
203 btls
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88/100
Tomain A.D. Rattray 20 years
Personal Comment
Very pleasant nose with those beautiful hints of cereals, biscuit, the whole being perfectly balanced and presenting an amazing subtlety.
The mouth just confirms this perfect balance, and beside the cereal notes, some fruity ones come in addition. Cooked apple. Not really complex but really subtle. A great whisky.
The finish is rather long and prolongs pleasantly the mouth on the same cereal notes mixed with some fruity touches.
88/100

Tomatin

1976

Collection
Grotesques Crocs
Age
34 years
Alcohol percentage
51,3 %
Bottler
The Whisky Agency
Cask
Refill sherry butt
Dates
Distil: 1976 Bottling: 2011
Bottle
309 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 90/100
Tomatin TWA 1976-2011
Personal Comment

Color: Gold
The nose is very fruity and intense, with a light veil of smoke. Some musty smell give an additional note and make it a wonderfully complex nose. Ripe fruit, nice notes of sherry ...
A first acid impression but fortunately this evolves towards the fruity and contrasted notes already detected by the nose. The beautiful fruitiness, no ripe fruits this time, fill the mouth. Notes of prunes, sherry and always this acidity that gives it a nice freshness.
The finish is long and hot with occasional acid notes. It is very faithful to the mouth.
87/100


Tomatin

1976

Collection
James McAllisters's Selection
Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
James McAllister
Dates
Distil: 1976 Bottling: 2002
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87/100
Tomatin 1976 James McAllister
Personal Comment

Colour: Old gold
Nice nose, pleasantly spicy with nice fruity notes that appear quickly, first behind a kind of slightly bitter veil, (like gentian ?). A very nice evolution and a complex freshness announcing a great and full of character whisky.
The first attack in the mouth is relatively disappointing, given expectations that the nose has raised. An aqueous impressoin ... the whisky would have been much better if bottled as a cask strength. The peppery and fruity aspect that was so nice during nosing is found in the mouth too, but with much less intensity. Some acidity seems to float in the palate which is unfortunately affected .

The final marked contrast to the mouth by its intensity and exceptional length. This final helps to forgive the weaknesses of the mouth.
86/100


Tomatin

Thirty Five

Collection
W&M Collector's Edition
Age
35 years
Alcohol percentage
51 %
Bottler
Wilson & Morgan
Cask
Sherry (half of butt)
Cask number
single cask 10
Dates
Distil: 1976 Bottling: 2012
Bottle
310 of 396 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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WDTS2012-08 90/100
Tomatin WM
Personal Comment
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Jean-Michel
Colour: Burnished
Nose: Not very talkative at first, but I have the feeling something grand may be hiding behind this shyness. And indeed, it grows by the minute, becoming really big. Lots of jams (all sorts of) and sweets (Haribo bears and crocodiles). Great sweet and sour combo. Antique books. Incense and beeswax. And quite some milk chocolate after a while. Old Speyside as I like them.
Mouth: Raaaaahhhhhh! I’m dying and climbing up to heaven! Here we have it! The big exotic kick just in the ass (sorry… big burst in the face…). Don’t care if it’s passion fruits or mango or guava or whatever else. It’s just here. And it’s soooooo enjoyable! And after, let’s say, 35 years in the cask, the fruity freshness of this, let’s say 1976, let’s say Tomatin mingles sooooooo well with the “dark side” of the, let’s say sherry cask, that we can’t do anything else but thank our good fortune for having the opportunity to taste this.
Finish: The wood influence is a bit more obvious now, with a little cocoa powder and a slight bitterness at the end. But who cares: this remains soooooo drinkable at around 50%!
Comment: A great old 1976 sherried and exotic Speysider (anyway, if it’s not, it should have been!) and a great Christmas present from our beloved sponsor. THANKS!

95/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Amor57
The nose has aromas of light sherry, sulfur, cream, currant jelly with traces of caramel and wood. After a short ventilation the evolution is on pretty fruit, amongst others quince (which is not a nice fruit... but the whole flavor is!), but also dust and moisture from the neglected attic. I also found traces of rosemary and turmeric explosion accompanied by ozone. More consistent with aeration, sherry is precise and refined - licorice, bitter orange peel - and spices appear with peppermint. This is a fresh nose and dense announces a beautiful tasting. On the palate it is tangy and opens with intense citrus to grow on spices and coffee. Growth of bitterness is in parallel with a fresh hazelnut. The finish is on these same notes and it is a very good length.
93/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Jmputz
Colour: Old gold
A beautiful nose both fruity and spicy (pepper) with a perfect balance and a nice complexity. Fruit, chocolate, pepper, all seamlessly integrated.
The first impression in the mouth is a real treat. A subtle balance between ripe fruit, the bitterness of hazelnut, chocolate and a hint of fresh citrus acids form the core of this beautiful mouth, example of balance and complexity.
The finish is long and very pronounced on the same notes as the nose and mouth.
92/100
WDTS2012-08
Commentaire de Dagde
Nose: Almond Milk, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, peppermint and a good dose of red fruits (blackcurrant, raspberry). The nose is a good amplitude, a formidable precision and knows how to balance a very beautiful way. We feel there is flavor to resell and bubbling energy. Water brings forest odors.
Taste: A nice nose with malt, chocolate and a beautiful expression of blackcurrant and raspberry to support its drier notes (spices, a pinch of pepper). The balance is found and the addition of water bullied both fruity and alcoholic fiery.
Finale: a good lenght with a nice feeling of density according to the palate with spices included. The aftertaste returns crème de cassis and mint successfully.
Comment: A sherry to die. Formidable balance and it beautifully highlights notes of red fruits around the malt while maintaining a beautiful freshness. Even more, integration of alcohol is just excellent. You can always blame a lack of complexity but the accuracy is there to make us want to resservie. Highly recommended.
92/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Dede
Color: Amber
Nose: Hmmm, it smells good! There is something exotic there, mango, ripe papaya but also strawberry jam and a note of solvent (Velleda felt, turpentine). The fruitiness is more exuberant after aeration, with a superb melt, and premium mashed banana, vanilla sugar ... Whoa!
Palate: Perfect ... just powerful enough, and always these beautiful exotic notes that explode in your mouth. The woody side is expressed in the finish with bitter tannins, but without excess, which brings a more manly touch to malt without distorting it.
Finish: Long, tannic, fruity and Chocolate Milkshake, it suffers from a slight astringency, but is not fatal.

Conclusion: Superb malt, I want it!
92/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Savoureur
appearance: reddish gold
nose: medium intensity, well integrated alcohol, yellow fruits (especially peaches) and red fruits, minty freshness, fresh grain, medium soft profile
taste: medium intensity, well integrated alcohol, green tea, "Big Red" chewing gum, pepper, malty, red fruit at the end of taste, better if you take a greater sip
finish: medium
Conclusion: One of the rare whiskys where i prefer the taste and that has already a high quality nose

91/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Hoke
Colour : light amber
Nose : great nose, oranges, marmalade and the alcohol coming through
Taste : great whisky, nice sherry notes
Finish : great finish, lovely whisky
90/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by ALouis
Colour: intense amber
Nose: lovely perfumed nose with notes of ripe fruit, a little vanilla, cinnamon, floral and dried fruit.
With aeration and some vegetal notes of caramel arrive.
Mouth: nice balance between spice and fruit, citrus, tropical fruits and some nuts.
Some notes of aged rums on the lime.
Finish: rather long on exotic fruits and citrus, especially lime.
90/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by TTN
Nose: Powerful, initially very spicy. At ventilation it becomes much more fruity (including berries) with hints of hazelnuts.
Taste: Opulent, it develops fruity aromas. I perceive blood orange, exotic fruit then everything changes blackcurrant.
Finish: rather long and fruity.

A bomb delectable fruity, although not very conventional.
90/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Sebou007
Color: Amber
Nose: A very nice nose to start with, very soft on ripe mango, papaya, peach. The alcohol is beautifully integrated. Mango is overwhelming, it's really beautiful. Fresh lemon in the background.
Palate: This is punchy. Peps, acidity, fruit. We stay with notes of fruits, mango, guava, but adding the acidity of lemon and green apple. This is good. We feel that there is power and complexity.
Woody bitterness, under control, which does not hurt and underlines the fruit and acidity. A hint of vanilla.
Finish: Long, woody and acid on green apple and mango.

Conclusion: A very good dram. The nose and mouth are two aspects that make it really good, without letting us sleep after the first soft impression.

90/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Jbrice
Nose: beautiful from the start. Confit and very fruity. Grows and gains enormously with aeration. Demonstrated a good sherry, fine and melted. Spices, dried fruit and red. Top notch.
Palate: frank sherry and oak on one side
Finish: long on red fruit and spices.

Comments: really great nose but mouth a bit less good quality although enjoyable. Super easy to drink. I love. Lacks a bit of complexity to be a winner.
89/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Whiskywardrobe
Molasses, citrus, ripe pears, raisins, vanilla. Is this a rum? No? Really? It is a quite interesting dram but smells more of rum than of whisky.
89/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Alexandre
The nose is fruity and powerful, mainly yellow fruits (mandarin orange), but also red fruits. Its presence, spicy at first, gradually reveals all its complexity. We have sherry, almonds and coffee. Ultimately, it has a beautiful mix of sherry and yellow fruits. Water brings the orange blossom and lavender.
The palate opens with yellow fruit (mandarin) and hazelnut. Then a great farmer impact, bitter chocolate coating, wood and dry sherry appear. It is extremely warm and pleasant to taste. With aeration, structurally more things like smoke or pepper are added to this beautiful dominant fruity taste.
The final length, medium to long, is on oilseeds and farm. It also has bitter chocolate, and some traces of woody peat. Water brings out the citrus (orange).

In conclusion, a very nice fruity whisky, well supported by a good farmer influences.

89/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Roblanza
color: amber
nose: caramel, toffee, coffee, some cacao and dark wood
taste: full flavoured, some spicy notes, also caramel and toffee sweets, the finish is sweet with a spicy bite and full of oily woodiness, love it

89/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by RX21
Color: Amber
Nose: Fruits
Mouth: Roasted pinacle, peaches with sirup, apricot, mango
Finish: Long on the fruits
89/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Singlemalt71
Nose: Fresh clear sherry notes, spicy, chocolate with raisins and also some influences of wood. Even a smell that reminds me of sweet dates.
Taste: A nice powerful combination of bitterness, spice and sweet tones.
Finish: Long, spicy with a little bit of bitterness at the end.

88/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Borg
color: old gold bronze.
Nose: Appetizing, marzipan & fresh marmalade.
Taste: boost of alcohol, more marmalade and dry spicy.
After: dry, old oak.....

Nice aged whisky, if i am not mistaken.

87/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Wiski
Color: Amber.
Nose: The nose is richly fruity (citrus fruits) and dense. Notes of cocoa grow slowly, with a slightly woody side(old wood, toasted oak). Sweet spices make their appearance (cinnamon, ginger). The banana is ripe.
Palate: The palate is oily, thick, rich, fruity (dried fruit), spicy (sweet spices, cinnamon, nutmeg). Develops notes of caramel, chocolate, toast and brioche.
Finale: A hint of smoke with a hint of fresh mint, then finally a hint of black pepper, perhaps with some fine notes of iodine.
87/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Malt1972
Colour: amber
Nose: round and smooth. Sherry-like sweetness. Oranges and tangerines. Toffee, vanilla and earthy notes as well. Complex. Very nice!
Tasting: malty, oak, some dried fruits (plums). Licorice and coffee beans are also present. Not very powerful in my opinion though. Disappointing.
Finish: Medium, bitterness with some pepper

Comment: nose is very intriguing. Unfortunately the taste doesn't deliver those promises.

85/100
WDTS2012-08
Comment by Canis_Lupus
Colour: Old gold.
Nose first nose jam and fruit pulp. Slightly waxy. Grapevine (candied orange and chocolate). Slight woody pungency. Rose petal jam, apricot jam and almonds. Slightly acidic. Marzipan. Pastry, sponge. Potpourri. A little soap, shampoo. Over time, the baker wins on the cake.
With a few drops of water, offsetting well, the nose becomes beautifully floral.
Palate: Oily and immediately pungent, woody, spicy, alcohol, astringent. A limit of aggression.
The calm water greatly that mouth, but without actually balancing.
Finale: In the wake of the mouth, gradually softened with a veil of smoke and a slight hint of dried fruit.
The water makes the final sharper, almost sharp.

Comment: A pretty nose is pleasant, expressive, complex, beautiful evolution. Unfortunately, the mouth is unbalanced. The water does not bring much.
85/100

Tomatin

1994, Bourbon hogshead

Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
53,4 %
Bottler
Chester Whisky & Liqueur Company
Cask
Bourbon Hogshead
Dates
Distil: 1994 Bottling: 2013
Bottle
162 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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89/100
Tomatin 19 yo Chester
Personal Comment
Colour: Pale gold
A fruity nose marked by applesauce but also green apple. A nice contrast between the freshness and softness, between the tangy sweet and ripe fruit.
A beautiful fruity acidity giving a nice richness and a nice freshness to the mouth. Then an evolution, or rather an oscillation between the fruity freshness and slightly woody notes, walnut and green apple.
The finish is long and pleasantly cool. Still this fruity presence.
89/100

Tomatin: samples

Tomatin

Daily Dram: 1984-2006

Collection
Daily Dram
Age
22 years
Alcohol percentage
43,0 %
Bottler
Bresser&Timmer / The Nectar
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84/100
Personal Comment
The nose seems to be strongly marked by cereals and some vanilla hints appear after a few moments of aeration. Some yeast fragrances too. Quite a nice nose, even if it is not really spectacular. The palate is pleasantly complex, on the same palette as the nose was. Cereal, vanilla, apple pie. Very well balanced and more than pleasant. The finish is as nice and voluptuous as the mouth and nose were. A very nice whisky, even if it misses some exuberance to deserve to be described as an excellent whisky.
84/100

Tomatin

Daily Dram: 1984-2006

Collection
Daily Dram
Age
22 years
Alcohol percentage
43,0 %
Bottler
Bresser&Timmer / The Nectar
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85/100
Personal Comment
Very nice fruity nose, really expressive. Notes of ripe pear but also of plum give this nose a pleasant complexity.
In the palate, the first impression is a pleasant acidity, nice fruity freshness promising a nice development which unfortunately does not come. Slightly acid fruity with both warmth and freshness. In fact more promises than actual complexity. But the mouth remains very pleasant.
The finish prolongs perfectly the mouth.
Very nice bottle, even if the nose announced more than the mouth could get.
84

Tomatin

Best Casks of Scotland 1994

Collection
Best casks of Scotland
Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
43 %
Bottler
Jean Boyer
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78/100
Personal Comment

Tomatin

30 years

Age
30 years
Alcohol percentage
49,6 %
Bottler
The Whisky Fair
Cask
Bourbon Hogshead
Dates
Distil: 02-1977 Bottling: 02-2007
Bottle
233 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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90/100
Personal Comment

Tomatin

1980 - 2008

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
47,4 %
Bottler
Official
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Forum 89/100
Personal Comment

Tomatin

16 yo Medoc Finish 1982-2009

Collection
Chieftain's Choice
Age
16 years
Alcohol percentage
50 %
Bottler
Ian McLeod
Cask
Medoc finish
Particularity
(casks C#90311/90314)
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Forum 77/100
Personal Comment

Tomatin

1976, Liquid Sun

Collection
Liquid Sun
Age
34 years
Alcohol percentage
48,7 %
Bottler
The Whisky Agency
Cask
1976
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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WDTS2011-04 87/100
Tomatin Liquid Sun
Personal Comment
WDTS2011-04
Comment by TTN
Color: Amber.
Nose: Rich and powerful on the precious woods and exotic fruits (mango, pineapple, ripe banana) all covered with a veil of honey and vanilla. The nose is very attractive!
Taste: Whoa! Lots of body, imposing on the palate. Avalanche of tropical fruits (mango, papaya, guava, banana, and I certainly forgotten ...) a minty edge. Remarkable!
Finale: It goes on at length about the same tones (to my delight).
Overall impression: I love it! It is not without make me think of some Tomatin tasted recently in any case an excellent malt.
92/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Jmputz
Colour: Old gold to mahogany
Very nice fruity notes and a subtle but undeniable presence of sherry characterize this extremely pleasant nose. A slight discomfort caused by alcohol fortunately fades very quickly at aeration. The nose is rich and fairly complex where ripe fruit rubs with notes of cigar box and after a few moments, of beautiful fresh notes of green fruit. Then come sweet scent of cocoa. It seems that the nose needs time to develop. But with a little patience, what a reward!
The mouth is initially smooth, coffee notes, notes of plum jam, perfectly balanced. Just fun. The memory of sherry hangs over this whisky with a beautiful complexity, a great mastery of the cask that allows to identify some woody scent, but so discreet that they blend perfectly with the whole.
The final first develops a slight bitterness, notes of cigar box that was perceptible to the nose reappear here. Medium length, it extends perfectly the pleasure of the mouth.
91/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Jean-Michel
Colour: Fallen leave.
Nose: 100% pure butter fruit cake. Crystallized angelica. Slightly prickling, but nothing eliminatory (around 52% ?). Then, we have a little caramel, and more oak. Slightly peppery, and perhaps the hickory-smoked side of paprika. Unfolds slowly on fresh fruits. Something like Fanta (OK, I know this ain’t fresh fruit…) And litres of blood oranges now. Very ripe pineapple too. It took a little while, but it’s the fruity side that’s on the foreground now. And that’s much more to my liking.
Mouth: Starts on soft caramel, orange juice, and a hint of light coffee. And after a handful of seconds, I switch to the 4th dimension. My brain pops out of my head, and my thoughts vanish. There’s nothing else on earth but this huge exotic blast. The very same than the one you get with high end 75 or 76 Benriachs, with tons of maracuja and guava, perfectly sustained by the alcohol.
Finish: Long and tasty. Perhaps a bit oaky and drying now.
Comment: No need to say I liked this one a lot. Stellar it would have been if bottled a bit sooner. In my opinion.
91/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Dadamien
Nose: Very elegant, tropical fruits, plum, fig, juicy and jamy too. Honey, oriental spicies. Becomes waxy with noble wood, resinous. Beautiful.
Mouth: Too soft attack, a pitty. Very fruity, tropical and passion fruit. Spicy, slightly vegetal. Honey balanced by acid drops. We can also find some oranges. Nice.
The final is on the passion fruit, orange, with a nice retro on the noble wood, with maybe a hint of smoke.
91/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by ALouis
Colour: Amber
Nose: A nice sherry, with beautiful vinous notes , chocolate, spices, dried fruits and dates.
A bit of plum brandy in the background.
With aeration it becomes more floral and fruity.
Palate: A fruity sherry very pleasant in the mouth, no astringency and a very well integrated alcohol.
Fresh fruit is present: orange, apricot and passion.
We also spices, honey and a hint plant in the background.
Long finish on fruit and spices.
91/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Bpoujol
Amber color.
The nose is greedy. Sweet. Notes caramelized, pretty wooded area. Some fruit in the background, nice roundness (refill sherry?). Mellitus.
The second nose is less expressive. Light.
Mouth sweet, sugared, fruity. Slightly bitter woody.
Final fairly long pretty intense of jam fruit (tropical fruit).
Nice set.
90/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Pompix
I apologise for so short notes…

Sweet sherry on tropical fruits in finish.
Would I be arrogant if I bet it is a Tomatin 76 ?
90/100
WDTS2011-04
Color: Gold
Nose: Alcohol very discreet. Attack on the raisins, walnuts. Nice sherry notes.
Palate: True to the nose. Beautiful sherry (PX?).
Finish: Long on raisins and nuts.
Well balanced whisky, sherry without flaw.
89/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by mapi
Amber-colored caramel.
The nose is clearly marked by sherry: tarte tatin.
The mouth is a bit watery in the mouth entry. Alcohol is next to give the structure. The flavors are similar to those of the typical sherry nose: dark chocolate, stewed fruit.
The finish is chocolate with nice notes of spices (cinnamon, cardamom, coriander)

Whisky is nice despite the small deficit early in the mouth.
88/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Piazzolla
NOSE: attack on a dry sherry, slightly dusty. A light fruity appears thereafter (including the Williams pear ripe and juicy, and fishing in syrup). Nice nose rather greedy.
Taste: in phase with the dry sherry nose. A bit of sulfur that disappears in favor of a nice fruity. Nice greasy texture. Wins to aeration!
Finish: medium long but also on the fruity bitterness (green fruit / not ripe enough). A little too short for my taste.

A really nice set despite some notes I do not like (sherry sulfur / greenness).
87/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by RX21
Color: Amber
Nose: Orange liquor
Mouth: blackcurrant, blackcurrant leaves
87/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Alexandre
The nose opens with affirmed woody notes, which will gradually go towards more floral and pastry flavors. It's soft and of a suitable power. These pastry smells (sugar, sponge cake, orange) dominate, without becoming disagreeable. Especially since the honey at first, then chocolate, spices and heady flowers, come in a second time to sway this dominance. The water allows the development of sherry (strawberries and almonds).

The palate is syrupy, close to ripe orange. Syrupy and round, it changes rapidly to a mixture of orange and chocolate, like Christmas chocolate. Then, a wave of farm & wet (foam, glade) appear to give the mouth an unexpected dimension. The set comes out more than adequate, especially as the water allows an explosion of red fruit up front (cherry, blackberry, strawberry), even if, ultimately, there’s a lack of complexity.

The finish is on farm notes. Average, it evolves into notes of fresh and juicy yellow fruit (pear). Water adds a bit of vegetal.

In conclusion, a correct whisky, especially as I appreciate the dominant flavors.
86/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Dede
Color: Amber

Nose: A bit aggressive at the start, with a first nose of raisins, he then develops notes of solvents or glue universal and fresh sawdust. It varies a moment between these two poles, then come a few touches of cedar root, and especially figs preserved in syrup. Very gently in the nose, and a complexity that is revealed in the course of aeration. Water brings out the nuts typical of cask aged sherry. He opened beautifully in the second tasting. One always finds the sweetness of figs and candied notes of solvent and sawdust, but mixed with herbs evoking an old monastery and a je ne sais quoi of medicinal.

Palate: The attack is powerful, too, but interesting, ripe fruit of almost exotic. The mid-palate, however, loses the sweetness, with a wooded area that is very present, especially the burning of the alcohol anesthesia buds. The mouth needs a little water. Yes, water actually makes him good. It erases the spice of alcohol, but it remains still too woody for my taste, despite some softness. It proves to be less explosive in the second tasting, the water is no longer necessary. It seems also less woody, more balanced, the sweetness of candied fruit (figs still) able to counteract the bitterness of the wood.

Finish: Long, but it is slightly astringent.

Conclusion: The nose is very beautiful, very correct mouth despite some astringency on the finish. It reminds me a bit of a grain.
86/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Blackmalt
Color: Amber
The nose starts out very delicious on toast in the morning spread with butter. Vague smell of sherry are present. The aromas are at the moment, not so simple as that put forward, let him time. Sherry resurfaced. More noticeable, but not necessarily extravagant. What is not worse. We can say that is a discreet and elegant sherry. With all this come hints of milk chocolate. Fused with the sherry it is good:)
Soft palate, and bitter (not yet out of pity ...). It becomes more vegetal with a taste of fresh grass and chewed mint (but mint just picked from the garden of course). Basically it looks like the juice of herbs. It's pretty and it gives it a nice freshness. The bitterness is there but does not invade the mouth, and God thank you!
Final woody and slightly warm. A bit too short for my taste. It is against the continuation of the mouth which is not bad at all:)


Comment: Not so bad this whiskey! Good nose is not really a breathtaking wealth as well as the mouth, but they are well built and greedy. For the length of the final against, it is regrettable. It would have taken it to be more persistent for this malt takes out two more points:)
85/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Sebou007
Color : Nice bronze

Nose : We start with nice notes of pine cone, pine, spices (cinnamon). We follow with vegetables soup (pumpkin, carrot). We can then detect a nice freshness (menthol, eucalyptus). Nose falls down a bit, so we can find whiffs of meat, orange liquor with zests and butter. At the end, walnut (liquor).

Mouth : At first, rich orange (liquor), like crêpe Suzette, "crème brûlée", caramel. Too bad that the caramel is a bit burnt. No astringency, no wood. But a vegetal bitterness (walnut skin), coffee.

Finale : medium long, on "crème brûlée" (caramel).

Conclusion : a pretty complex nose, very changing. An interesting mouth, but the bitterness spoils a bit the rich side.
85/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Savoureur
appearance: reddish yellow
nose: low to medium intensity, well-integrated alcohol, toffee, sweet sherry Oloroso, a little alcoholic freshness (this is a good counterweight to the heavy sherry aroma)
Taste: Medium intensity, slightly bitter, leather, spices, rather typical sweet Oloroso sherry aromas
finish: Short to medium
With water: No major change
conclusion: Good whisky, especially pleasing to lovers of maturation in sherry casks
85/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Canis_Lupus
Colour: Old gold, amber.
Nose: very pleasant first nose, flower potpourri, poetic, feminine. Marie Brizard slightly. Followed by a hint of rubber. Some woody bitterness . At this stage, the beautiful notes of potpourri are almost gone. Anise candy. Over time, becomes pastry on the financier. A bit of bitterness and astringency as well.
Water greatly harmonizes the nose. It is at once very homogeneous, melted and balanced but loses a little character. Becomes slightly herbaceous and ointments.
Mouth: creamy, spicy. A kind of honey a little woody. Somewhat disagree with the nose, but pleasant. Less complex than the nose, but melted and smooth.
Few drops of water on the brink of surdilution, even if it is still very enjoyable.
Finale: In the perfect extension of the mouth to the point that it is difficult to know when one ends and where the other begins. Pleasant, expressive, harmonious and good length. There are anise notes.
Few drops of water are enough to destroy the final.

Comment: A bit disjointed, but so far very enjoyable. Water should be avoided. Starts very well in the face, but quickly loses some of its interest
85/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Arno
Nose: fruity on the apple, some malt and a suspicion of smoke. A drop of lemon, and perfumed by spices: licorice, sandalwood.
Thorough notes on the sherry (dry wood). Reminds me the manzanilla.
Simple and well-balanced. With aeration, the sherry stands out.
Mouth: burning a little. Sweet apple, almond paste and a little bit bitter malt.
Spices and sherry omnipresent. Lemon to finish on licorice and the anise.
Rather heavy, bitter, a little bit disappointing mouth compared to the nose which looked rather fine.
Finale on the dry sherry.
A little disappointed by that one. The aeration makes it slightly finer, but it is not enough. Lack of lightness and imposing presence. Not the profile which I love most.
83/100
WDTS2011-04
Comment by Johannes_Sauer
Colour: Mahagony, very soft greenish glints.
Nose: Nifty sherry (raisins and figs), not too dominating with delicate wooden notes, backed by a strange impression of wet newspaper (eggnog?).
Taste: Alcohol sure more than 46%. A strange and disturbing floral note I haven’t been aware in the nose dominates here the first impression: Like strange smelling weed or old vegetable soup. Strange and not very pleasant to me. I will try if a wee bit of water helps: Still a very strange and unbalanced blend of old dried fruit and overly cooked and very much spiced vegetable soup.
Finish: Very peppery, which is fine, but not at all round and harmonizing with the fruits and wrongly spiced soup. Long and migling between black pepper and perfumed soap.
Guesswork: This might be a very fine, old and expensive whisky matured in a sherry or port cask. But sorry, exactly not my dram.
65/100

Tomatin

19 years, 40%

Collection
Single Cask Series
Age
19 years
Alcohol percentage
40 %
Bottler
Master of Malt
Cask
Refill sherry hogshead
Dates
Distil: 1989 Bottling: 07-2008
Bottle
273 of 399 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered
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WDTS2012-02 83/100
Tomatin 19, Master of Malts
Personal Comment
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Alexandre
The nose has a dominant fruity, Fisheries and apricots, with a little wax and vanilla. We also have skins of fruits, sweet spices, that make it warm and robust nose at a time. Some cigar leaf and mint will show after aeration, then to do something very complex and very pleasant.

The palate confirms this: there are so many yellow fruits (apricot, peach, pear), and also the cutter at the very end. It's pretty smooth and well integrated, but it lacks a little power, especially in attack. With aeration, there is the appearance of milk chocolate, spices and a little coffee, while the finish becomes rocky.

The final, long, develops a nice aroma wet farmer. There are also fruit (peach) and a hint of dark chocolate.

In conclusion, a very good fruity whisky , which it does need a little more personable in the mouth.


88/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by ALouis
Color: Yellow Straw
Nose: Starts on spices, dried fruits, honey, nuts and floral notes.
Taste: Both sweet and spicy, the nuts, honey, cereals and gingerbread.
With aeration, the domination of nuts and honey lessens, the whisky becomes more balanced and fruity.
Finish: rather long on sweet notes
88/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Jmputz
Colour: Pale gold
The relatively unobtrusive nose presents nice fruity notes. Yellow fruit, ripe peach.
On the palate, the first impression is the discretion, but fortunately this is changing rapidly to very fine fruity notes. Lots of ripe fruit with a slight bitterness. A bit like a ripe peach with milk chocolate. We would have liked a little more power, but the palate is very pleasant. The mouth is very balanced.
The finish prolongs the mouth. Still a nice balance and great discretion
87/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Piazzolla
Nose: Soft, smooth and elegant. Fruity (peach and yellow pear). side Also a pastry (custard). Spring flowers. Discrete notes of old furniture (wax).
Palate: Oily texture pleasant develops on the perceived fragrance on the nose (fruit, custard, flowers ...). Develops on (too) subtle exotic notes.
Medium final in phase with the mouth with a touch of malted grain.

Conclusion Pretty nice. Unpretentious but with a simple real pleasure. An excellent daily dram. Lacks a little density to be super enjoyable (too reduced?).
87/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Roblanza
color: pale gold
nose: very delicate, vanilla, fresh fruits like citrus and banana
taste: very delicate, vanilla, fresh fruits like citrus and banana, the finish is medium long and refined, ends with smooth sweet notes
87/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Arno
Nose: very fruity, with fruit syrup. A little more exotic: pineapple, banana, rum. Sweet spices, cinnamon. More on the almond pastry and pastry cream. A fairly light nose, with fine aromas, but really delicious.
Mouth: fruity cocktail. Honey and spices. Roasted cereal, maybe some chocolate milk. A malt hint a bit more powerful is emerging, with a little wood. Always a fruity canvas on mango & other exotic fruits.
Final: a little spicy, a continuation of the malted notes: leather, dry wood. Sweet & spicy background.
Conclusion: A malt with sharpness, quite light, sympathetic. Would probably do not hold the comparison against other drams, but effective in its kind. Lack some depth and density.
87/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Malt1972
Colour: straw
Nosing: intense exotic fruits
Tasting: full and fruity, sweet barley, spicy
Finish melon and pear, medium long
85/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Corbuso
Nose: Clean to very clean, smooth, malty, slightly oaky and with some honey drops.
Taste: Slightly oaky and floral, juicy, malty, with some toffee, a touch of smoke and some light grassy notes. The finish is medium, round, malty, rather clean and slightly malty, with a faint smokiness.
Impression: A good warming and fresh malty whisky
84/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Canis_Lupus
Colour: White wine.
Nose: nose first appears light, but which is actually delicate and subtle and is growing slowly. Difficult to decipher, and slightly fruity pastry ("financier"), slightly sweet. Suave, one hesitates between fruity and floral. Always light, sometimes almost evanescent. A murmureur but has things to tell.
While one might fear from such a slight nose as it is destroyed by water, there is actually nothing. Water has little effect.
Palate: The palate is more expressive than the nose, but still difficult to decipher. Slightly bitter sweet throughout, some spices.
The water should be avoided. Not only do you lose most of expressivity, but it reveals the bitterness
Final: A swallowing, mouth grows clearly and progressively decrease in the final good length and relatively powerful. However, all is still as difficult to analyze and transcribe.
Again, water is prohibited.

Comment: His lack of power is his biggest (his only?) Default. It fails to engage, unless it requires a lot of time to open?
84/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Amor57
The first nose is on mint-nutty with hints of wood. Aeration makes it very delicious, with marron glacé (I love), vanilla, or the meaty smoked apricot. The mouth and the final have a similar profile. The attack is soft, with a development of the hazelnut, fresh fruit, anise and rare spices. The entire is nicely melt, delicate. The finish is a good length.

I am very dubious about this whisky: it expresses little, does not present a great complexity, making it a whisky to drink more than to taste. But at the same time I took a very great pleasure in this tasting. So much so that the dram was emptied, which is very rare. His interest? Pleasure.
83/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by TTN
Colour: white wine
Nose: caramel with salted butter, cereals, nuts and green bananas come together perfectly. Added to this mix a nice hint of anise and mint.
Palate: soft, round. Candie sugar, caramel and nuts settle briefly before the appearance of both the acidity and salt.
Finish: rather short, evanescent, on salt, the skin of nuts and nutmeg.
Overall impression: A malt quite respectable. The mouth is a little disappointing because too short ... shame!
82/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by mapi
Color: Light gold
The nose opens with an impression of soot (chimney cold). I find one side fresh mint. Then comes the bubble gum
The mouth has an oily texture. it's a bit flat and lacks pizzazz.
The flavors are concentrated on herbaceous notes like tarragon.
The finish is smooth and agrees with notes of absinthe before moving on to the Anis de Flavigny both its aniseed side and its sugar.

for me the tasting is disappointing

82/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Bpoujol
Straw color.
Very light nose, the yellow fruit, some tropical fruit. Fresh. A little honey. Rather simple.
The taste is sweet, mild, aqueous. Some wood, fruity.
Final: quite short, very intense. Malted vanilla. A little fruit. Some wood.
A very light whisky.
81/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Dede
Color: White Wine
Nose: Fresh, it is reminiscent of some dry white wines, it is marked by this beautiful fruity acidity that we have sometimes there. It is less keen to aeration, but do not depart from these notes of tart apples, plus nutmeg and ginger. It actually appears less bright on the second tasting, with the appearance of heavier and sweet flavors (juicy pear, orange and cinnamon).
Palate: The attack is aqueous. It gains in power then, but unfortunately not in expressiveness. One has the impression of dealing with a faded copy of the nose, it's a shame.
Finish: Quite long, it is more expressive than the mouth, with a pleasant spicy oak.

Conclusion: The mouth is very disappointing after the nose.
81/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Mars
Nose: Apple, light lemon, physalis. Very nice and pleasant.
Taste: Apple, physalis, aqueous.
Finale: Apple, physalis, green lemon.

Comments: Good whisky but lacks complexity and too much water was added I think.
Improves dramatically with aeration!
81/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by RX21
Color: Straw-colored
Nose: : Flowers, yellow fruits
Mouth: orange fruits sweats, english cream
Final: Very short
81/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Savoureur
appearance: Riesling
nose: medium intensity, well integrated alcohol, gumdrops, slightly citric, mineral (chalk), toasted bread
taste: very low to low intensity, alcohol is well integrated, slightly dry, malty, slight bitterness of burnt caramel
finish: short
With water: no major change
Conclusion:
A flawless whisky but also without personality
80/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Jean-Michel
Colour: White wine
Nose: Light but expressive. White flesh fruits. Apples, pears, and the freshness of a window box of geraniums after the rain. And salted liquorice to muscle it up. A little touch of white coffee and a light refreshing anise note. And fish cooking-herbs. Cod fish loin on a bed of fennel before getting into the oven. Very "Pultneyan" it is. Not really my playground, to be honest, but definitely interesting.
Mouth: Starts on kind vanilla. Quite light (43?) but far from being weak. The salted liquorice comes back on the foreground, with more salt than liquorice actually. And still something quite flowery. Salt and vanilla call the tune. The whole is nicely balanced but remains less playful than the nose.
Finish: The floral notes remain and evolve on the bitterness of the grapefruit's skin.

Comment: A sneaky malt. Starts easy and light and proves to be much more complex. A malt I would like to be friend with, but that I fail in really liking though. A curiosity
80/100
WDTS2012-02
Commentaire de Dagde
Colour: Pale gold
Nose: Quite low on pear - in pie and fresh -. The nose is rather basic, lacking depth.
Taste: The smell of pears fade quickly to enter the field of cereal sweetness. Waves of spice complete the picture. A nice consistency but I still clearly expect some more.
Finale: The finale is a bit tight, the barley sugar and cardamom. It turns off very quickly.

Conclusion: A simple whisky but nothing wrong. It would have benefited from more vitamins. As it stands, this is a decent product but with no real soul.
80/100
WDTS2012-02
Comment by Jbrice
Nose: multivitamin fruit juice, diluted Tang powder, a bit spicy and farmy
Mouth in continuity; apple & pear, a little vanilla too.
Final: average length on aforementioned fruit
79/100
WDTS2012-02
Color: White Wine
Nose: Spicy, fairly light with hints of clove. Alcohol rather discrete, well integrated.
Palate: In the line of the nose. Light spicy notes, Alcohol discreet.

Final average, well balanced.
78/100

Tomatin: not in collection

Tomatin

1980 - 2008

Age
No age statement
Alcohol percentage
47,4 %
Bottler
Official
Dates
Distil: 1980 Bottling: 2008
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Forum 89/100
Personal Comment

Tomatin

1984

Age
22 years
Alcohol percentage
46 %
Bottler
Villa Konthor
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0/100
BT2008
Personal Comment

Tomatin

1963-2003

Collection
Platinum Collection
Age
40 years
Alcohol percentage
42,9 %
Bottler
Douglas Laing
Dates
Distil: 1963 Bottling: 2003
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Forum 93/100
Personal Comment

Tomatin

Rare Auld Cask Strength 1976

Collection
Rare Auld Cask Strength
Age
34 years
Alcohol percentage
51 %
Bottler
Duncan Taylor
Cask
refill dark Sherry cask
Cask number
single cask 6822
Dates
Distil: 12.1976 Bottling: 02.2011
Bottle
301 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 90/100
Tomatin 1975 DT
Personal Comment

Tomatin

1966, joint bottling with The Nectar

Collection
Joint bottling with The Nectar
Age
45 years
Alcohol percentage
46,1 %
Bottler
The Whisky Agency
Cask
Sherry butt
Dates
Distil: 1966 Bottling: 2011
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 91/100
Personal Comment

Tomatin

1976 Joint bottling with La Maison du Whisky

Collection
The Nectar of Daily Drams
Age
34 years
Alcohol percentage
51 %
Bottler
The Nectar
Cask
Sherry butt
Dates
Distil: 1976 Bottling: 2010
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 90/100
Tomatin 24 The Nectar LMDW
Personal Comment

Tomatin

1976, Moody Lions

Collection
Moody Lions
Age
35 ans
Taux d'alcool
54,1 %
Embouteilleur
The Whisky Agency
Dates
Distill: 1976 Embout: 2011
Bouteille
313 btls
Particularité
Brut de fût non filtré à froid
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91/100
Tomatin 1976 TWA
Personal Comment
Dark brown colour - matured in refill sherry wood
Nose: deep sherry sweetness, anise, smooth
Taste: Strong and heavy at first, less sherry, more maltiness, than the sherry-oak comes in, long soft burn.

35 years, the right moment for bottling. Very balanced.

91/100

Tomatin

1976-2011, Liquid Sun

Collection
Liquid Sun
Age
34 years
Alcohol percentage
51,2 %
Bottler
The Whisky Agency
Cask
Sherry butt
Dates
Distil: 1976 Bottling: 2011
Bottle
271 btls
Particularity
Non chillfiltered cask strength
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Forum 90/100
Personal Comment

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