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The 2013 bottling of Tomintoul's stupendous 1976 vintage single malt Scotch whisky, distilled two years after the number of still at Tomintoul doubled, from two to four. The 2007 bottling of the 1976 vintage have been very well met, receiving a score of 93.5 in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible and a Gold medal at the International Spirits Challenge 2008.
Nose: Orange sherbet, strawberries, lime, brioche, fresh rose. A very subtle touch of coastal air - not much, but just enough to notice.
Palate: A soft, elegant whisky that boasts a palate packing juicy peach, watermelon and a hint of banana. Buttery malt develops.
Finish: A slight prickle of baking spice underneath more creamy stone fruit notes.
|Size:||Most Bottles are 700ml Unless Otherwise Stated|
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