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Taking a long, lingering look at a classic and well aged sherrybomb from Tobermory.
Following on from last weeks review of Claxtons single cask bottling of a Tomatin 21, this week we will take a quick look at their 20 y.o Tobermory. Tobermory 20y.o, IB, Claxtons, 48% abv, Cask no:1501-652 (available here) The nose has light peat, citrus zest and a malty, cereal notes. The palate continues with light, […]
Spent an enjoyable few hours wandering around Tobermory Distillery recently. Tobermory distillery is situated on the island of Mull. The distillery, which was formerly known as Ledaig, was founded in 1798 and has changed hands several times. It is currently owned by Burn Stewart Distillers, who also own Deanston and Bunnahabbain distilleries and the […]
Cadenheads Tobermory 19 y.o Sherry Cask Not overtly sherried on the nose, slight sweetness with a touch of wood. Palate is intense floral fading to green wood. Touches of tannins and light tobacco. Fino-esque dryness. Remarkably easy drinking for such a high alcohol content. Water adds a slight sweetness and eases the initial floral […]