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Whiskey Dramfool Tomatin 1994

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Highland Single Malt Scotch Whiskey

Distillery : Tomatin

Bottler : Dramfool

Vintage : 1994

Age : 26 years old

Cask type : Bourbon hogshead

Color : Gold button

Strength : 47%

Number of bottles : 251 bottles

Bottle size : 700ml

Country : Product of Scotland

Note: Exceptionally for Dramfool, it is two barrels of Tomatin mixed. As Jim McEwan judged, the sum was better than the two separate ones! Always single malt, full strength whiskey in cask, without chill filtration and without artificial coloring.


Tasting Notes by Jim McEwan

Aromas and Flavors - Opens with a delicious fruity flavor of pear, melon and kiwi encapsulated in the sweetness of caramelized oak sugars with a hint of cinnamon and honey.

Delicious, complex, very round. At this age, one would expect oak to dominate, but this is not the case. The crisp sweetness of barley in harmony with the mellowness of oak brings a nice balance of seductive flavors and aromas.

You also detect a sweet flowering heather as well as notes of primroses and lilies which provide a brilliant opening on the spiciness of the aged bourbon oak tannins. The taste is exceptional and this mellow combination of oak-roasted cereals and red fruits is deliciously sweet and lingers on the palate for a long time.

Tomatin is highly sought after by "blenders" and now you know why. It is a magnificent Highland whisky, where the small notes of heather and wild flowers do not allow the oak to dominate.

Highland harmony in a glass!

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