Tomintoul

10 Years Old

In stock

£34.95

Age or Year: 10

Bottler: No

ABV: 40 %

Size: 70 cl

Region: Speyside

Taste Rating: 2

Beautifully located near to the village of Tomintoul, the highest village in the Highlands of Scotland in the prestigious Glenlivet Estate at the heart of the Speyside region, lies Tomintoul Distillery.


In the middle of last century, it took more than a year to find the purest of water sources for use in the malt whisky making process. Finally the search located the Ballantraun Spring, an exceptional source of the purest of waters nestling in the Cromdale Hills. The quest over, Tomintoul Distillery was built clsoe to the Ballantruan Spring and adjacent to the majestic River Avon.


If you want to impress people with your grasp of the Scottish language, the proper way to pronounce Tomintoul is:
"Tom-in-TOWEL"
In Scottish Gaelic this means "hill of the barn".


This whisky is all about soft light easy drinking flavours and aromas - butterscotch, honey, grassey, apples, pears - does what it says on the lable - "The Gentle Dram"

1 - 5 bottles - £6.95 (UK Mainland Only)
6 or more bottles delivered FREE! (UK Mainland Only)

UK Mainland does not include:

Scottish Highlands - postcode areas

IV2, AB37-AB38, AB41-AB45, AB51-AB56, FK20-FK21, IV1, IV3-IV40, IV52-IV54, KW1-KW14, PA21-PA39, PH15-PH41

1-12 Bottles  - £25.90 - then £1 for each bottle over 13 bottles

Scottish Islands - postcode areas

HS1-HS9, IV41-IV49, IV51, IV55-IV56, KA27-KA28, KW15-KW17, PA20, PA40-PA49, PA60-PA78, PH42-PH44, ZE1-ZE3

1-12 bottles - £31.90 - then £1 for each bottle over 13 bottles

All these areas

  • Northern Ireland - BT
  • Isle of Man - IM
  • Isle of White - PO30-PO41
  • Isles of Silly - TR
  • Channel Islands - JE, GY

1-12 bottles - £31.90 - then £1 for each bottle over 13 bottles

If you wish to place an order for delivery outside the UK, please email us to check the cost, regulations and restrictions.

Returns

You can cancel your order within 7 days of order or receipt of goods whichever is the longer.
If you wish to return an item, please email or call us to arrange a collection.

Taste Rating Guide

1 - Light, good for beginners - an aperitif on a summers day, i.e. Glengoyne, Auchentoshan

2 - Also good for beginners but with more depth and body - a little stronger than 1, ie. Glenmorangie, Speyburn

3 - A dram for everyone, a little more complex so the palate requires a little more experience, i.e. Cragganmore, Macallan

4 - A stronger spirit, a big whisky with lots of character and body, excellent after dinner, i.e. Lagavulin, Laphroaig

Tomintoul