This Tomatin was so unusual we had to include it. Ostensibly a classic sherry cask whisky, this has incredible hidden depths of flavour and seems to change with every sip.
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Here are my notes:
Nose: On a second pass it’s totally pancakes and maple syrup, although it didn’t seem to be there first time. Plus a hint of eucalyptus oil.
Taste: At first the sweetness hits, but then it turns quite bitter. Really rich, sherry sulphur rubberiness!
Finish: Coffee and walnut cake
Yeah, actually get that maple syrup on the tongue too now I’m tryung it again
Nose: not massively smelly, slightly floral, pineapple maybe, toffees.
Taste; really nice, surprisingly subtle sherry flavours. Starts with metallic back of mouth flavours, before shifting to wood and chocolate, finally ramping up to a gently spicy lingering finish.
I’m still not sure if I like this or not, but was interesting!
Nose: Massive maple syrup, burnt caramel, old pears
Taste: Oh wow, so dry – it’s like licking a dusty cupboard! Very woody, with a dry sherry influence that I normally enjoy – jury’s out for this one.
Finbish: Like a bee sting
Nose: Apple Sourz and sticky toffee pudding. White chocolate.
Taste: pine air freshener. Quite bitter.
Finish: Tesco’s own brand toothpaste. Medium.
not much on the nose for me (but I do have a bit of a cold)
liked the taste – i got honey and raisins
finish reminded me of of the smws “whiskey flavoured condoms” bottle I once bought