Tomatin 2009-2021 Discovery Range

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Product SKU: 10621

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Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 
Bottled by: Gordon & MacPhail 70cl / 43%

The revival at Tomatin in the last 10-15 years has been great to see-  it's fantastic that this top quality Highland single malt has begun getting the attention and credit it deserves.

For anyone who hasn't tried Tomatin's lovely Highland malt, this Gordon & MacPhail Discovery series bottling of the Tomatin 2009 vintage would be a great place to start, having been bottled in 2021 by G&M at a welcoming 43% from a batch of bourbon casks at 11 or 12 years old. Just like its predecessor from the 2007 vintage, this Tomatin 2009 from G&M will be a great value dram.

Attributes
Distillery

Tomatin

Bottler

Gordon & MacPhail

Series

Discovery Range

Country Scotland
Region Highland
Distilled Year 2009
Bottled Year 2021
Cask Type Bourbon
Bottle Size 70cl
ABV 43%
Pre-Owned No
Tasting Notes

Nose: Smooth and sweet, intense honey aromas followed by fragrant pear and spring blossom.

Palate: Melon and peach flavours lead to vanilla custard.

Finish: A hint of oak and a herbal edge.


Customer Reviews

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An excellent dram, cannot believe the value!

This has to be one of the best whiskies available in 2022 when viewed from a value for money perspective. Even if we discount the cost for a moment, what we have here is a lovely fruity Tomatin that has been aged in a handful of G&M's ex-bourbon casks for over a decade, which have imparted a plenty of delicious honey and vanilla notes to the taste profile. We have brandy-steeped stewed apples and pears in here and a lovely oaky finish which when packaged up make for a very enjoyable, easy to enjoy, dram. If this was between 60 and 70 pounds a bottle, I would still be writing that it was excellent, however the fact that this is RRP at under 50 pounds makes this whisky (and the rest of the bottles I have enjoyed from this range) unbeatable value for money. In terms of 'taste points per pound' they are remarkable.