The Tomatin 18 year old is a world class single malt that was matured in traditional ex-Bourbon Oak casks for 15 years, and then finished in first-fill Oloroso Sherry butts for another 3 years.
With displays of creaminess, dried fruits, vanilla, and so much more… It's a whisky that people will appreciate. The Tomatin 18 year old is also known for it's Classy, Fresh and Elegant appearance... and it won't even cost you an arm and a leg in the process.
So to keep things simple. Here are the 3 reasons why you will want to pick up a bottle:
1. It's Highly Awarded - Experts love it too.
Rated 92.5/100 Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
Best Distillers Single Malt Aged 13-19 - San Francisco WSC 2016
Double Gold Awardee - WSC 2018
Best Highland Malt - World Whisky Awards 2014
2. It's Elegant & Unique - Tired of sipping on the same stuff?
Although popular in the rest of the world, only the true Whisky Drinkers in the Philippines know about Tomatin. With it's classy look and limited nature, it's sure to turn some heads the next time your friends come over.
3. It's Great Value for the Buck - Getting a 92.5/100 by Jim Murray is no Joke. But what I really like about this whisky is how affordable it is. It's like finding a steal. Don't believe me… think about your favorite 18 year old. How much does it cost? Could be double?
You won't be able to find another highly awarded 18 year old Single Malt at this price and I challenge you to try it for yourself.
It is an 18 yrs old tomatin distillery, along with a finish of Spanish oak Oloroso sherry butts. It is very silky as well as smooth, which has been mellowed in the traditional process of scotch whiskey, ex Spanish sherry cask, and ex-bourbon.
The aroma is quite intense, which the whiskey lover will appreciate. There is an aroma of chewy grape with a touch of sultana and the winter flavors, such as cinnamon and cloves. Moreover, you will get to smell the essence of vanilla fudge and a supplest of smokes, weaving graciously in cut grasses along with an apple peel. The palate is quite full and sweet.
It has a rich, fruity taste which is the prelude to the sweet taste of the ripped apples and pears along with a decent touch of nut before the pleasantly long and oily finish.
On the other hand, it has notes of honeycomb and barley sugar. A slight intimation of chocolate, cocoa, and orange dusted profusely on toasty oak.
The finish is powerful and long with dry, chewy oak and a dash of pepper.In addition, It has won many awards and horns like best single malt scotch 18 yrs. 2015. In the International whiskey competition, then again gold in highland single malt 13 to 20 yrs. 2014 in the world whiskies awards and many more.