Tomintoul / Tomintoul

Tomintoul 33 Year Old Review

Tomintoul 33 Year Old I've tasted a good amount of the Tomintoul range now and the 33 Year Old, like the rest of the range, is made brilliantly and has a really light and fruity nature.

I still have the Tomintoul 12 Year Old Portwood and Tomintoul Peaty Tang to review in the coming weeks and i will be keeping an eye out for more from their brilliant range of whiskies.

For a 33 year Old dram this whisky is very affordable at around £135 a bottle and available to purchase from The Whisky Exchange

Tasting Notes & Details


sweet with lots of yummy dried fruits, sherry soaked raisins, some gentle leafyness, tomato plant leaves especially.


smooth and seductive, more sweet dried fruits and a hint of bitter dark chocolate


bitter chocolate and sweet leaves

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Tomintoul 33 Year Old
Age: 33
ABV: 43.00
Distiller: Tomintoul
Bottler: Tomintoul
Type: Single Malt
From: Scotland, No Defined Scottish Region
Posted: 16/01/2013 by Tom

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