Thursday, 17 May 2012

Tomatin 1967, 40 year old single malt Scotch whisky.

Speyside Scotch Whisky Tasting Notes

Distilled 1967 bottled 2008 aged 40 years in oak casks.

Jim McEwans Celtic Heartlands:

70cl limited edition of 523 bottles.

Decanter shape bottle, Presented in a Black Leather case with silver writing

Jim McEwan's Celtic Heartlands deliberately stands out from the crowd; these are not standard bottlings, These stimulate the mind with their amazing complexity and originality.

With over 40 years in the whisky industry, starting as an apprentice cooper at the age of 15 means that there is very little that Jim McEwan does not know about single malt scotch whisky.

He has been recognised three times as Distiller of the Year, amongst a myriad of other accolades including Industry Leader of the Year (Malt Advocate) and Personality of the Year (Whisky Magazine).

Tomatin Whisky Tasting Notes Distillery Style

Nose : Rich and malty. Honey, vanilla, Kendal mintcake!
Palate : Smooth and rich. Malty, spicy, cream fudge.
Finish : Gentle and spicy.

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