Tobermory 24 Years Old 1994 The Single Cask
- ABV: 55.3%
- Age: 24 Years Old
- Bottling: Claxton’s, The Single Cask
- Category: Island single malt scotch whisky
- Cost: £104.95
- Origin: Tobermory distillery
- Vintage: 1994
What they say
TOBERMORY 1994 – 24 Years Old, Sherry Butt, 55.3% ABV part of the Spring 2019 release.
What I say
Released as part of their The Single Cask range spring 2019 by Claxton’s Spirits. This whisky was distilled at Tobermory distillery in 1994 and matured for a full 24 years before bottling at cask strength of 55.3% producing 346 bottles.
Thanks to Claxton’s Spirits for the official sample.
My tasting notes:
- Appearance: Autumnal russet gold (13/20), slow, medium-sized tears.
- Nose: Sweet, candy floss, strawberries and cream, tanned leather, strawberries dipped in white chocolate, slightly musty/fermented, metallic and vegetal – classic Tobermory, toffee, coffee and chocolate.
- Taste: Brown sugars, softened fruits, fig, red cherry, coffee, chocolate, tannic oak wood, a little bitter, chicory, camp coffee, pepper, cinnamon and nutmeg, malty barley and some dried ‘sherry’ fruits round this out.
- Finish: Medium-long, spiced, bitter, citrus and sugar.
A very drinkable refill? sherry butt matured Tobermory. The nose and the palate show hints of that metallic/radiator nature of Tobermory’s spirit and some vaporosity – followed by brown/woody sugars, ripe/dried fruits and lots of chocolate and coffee – what’s not to like?
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