Review #1020 – Tomatin 11yr Single Cask, Twin Liquors Selection

Review #1020 | Bourbon Review #346 – Tomatin Single Cask 11yr, Twin Liquors Selection

The Schtick: This is a single cask of Tomatin distillate that was bottled and released for Twin Liquors. It is 11 years old and was matured entirely in an ex-bourbon barrel. It is bottled without coloring or filtering, and at cask strength.

Stock image because apparently this bottle is impossible to find online


Distiller: Tomatin

Bottler: Tomatin

ABV: 54% ABV

Age: 11 Years (2004-2015)


Nose: Honey, fresh baked bread. Plums, very faint salted caramel, buttered popcorn. Toffee, faint vanilla.

Taste: Medium mouth feel. Light heat. Vanilla, cream, caramel and toffee. Fresh baked bread. Light brine, some pepper. No smoke. Faint pear and plum. Really interesting blend of brine and pepper with sweet creamy notes.

Finish: Long, sweet and peppery. Vanilla, savory tobacco. Light brine. Faintly lactic.

Overall: Really enjoyable and unique for a lot of other Tomatins I’ve had. Sometimes I bemoan things that are purely ex-bourbon maturation, but drams like these remind me of the merits.

Thanks for reading!

Rank: 6


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