Cask #745. An 11-year old bottling from Tobermory distillery on the west coast island of Mull.
The nose is pleasantly plump, with some yellow fruit emerging in advance of mint and delicate peat-smoke. The palate offers light, buttery toast notes, finishing in a soft easy-going manner, as a little spice cuts in.
Tobermory Single Malt Whiskey
Tobermory Distillery was established by John Sinclair in 1798 and is situated in the harbour town of Tobemory on the Isle of Mull off the west coast of Scotland. It is equipped with four stills fitted with unusually twisted lyne arms to create a light and fruity Tobermory malt spirit. The distillery produces an unpeated single malt whisky called Tobermory and a peated single malt whisky called Ledaig. In addition to the core range which includes the Tobermory 10 Year Old some excellent aged Tobermore is available from independent bottlers including Signatory Vintage and Hunter Laing.