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Tomintoul 33YO malt released


Tomintoul Distillery has released its oldest single malt – a 33 year old special reserve.
“This Speyside Glenlivet whisky has a wonderful nose with hints of rum and cedar wood tones with a touch of fruity maltiness. The palate is round and soft with some sweetness and a suggestion of cinnamon and vanilla,” says Duncan Baldwin, brand development director.
Bottled at 43% abv and supplied in cases of 6 x 70cl bottles, each is presented in a deluxe gift box  at RRP£125 or €150.
The Tomintoul range consists of seven expressions: Peaty Tang; 10 and 16 year old; 12 year old finished in Oloroso Sherry casks; 14 year old at high strength; 1976 Vintage and 33 year old.

1 September 2009 - Felicity Murray