Tomintoul “With A Peaty Tang” has been made with peated malt barley to give it a deep smoky flavour. This makes “Peaty Tang” very unusual, most distilleries in the Speyside region do not use peat.
Comments: “A bit more than a tang, believe me! Faultlessly clean distillate that revels in its unaccustomed peaty role.”
Nose: Heathery smoke balanced with subtle floral tones
Palate: Gentle ‘peat-reek’ flavours expected from a islay whisky but with a hint of malty nuttiness and fruity sweetness, as you would expect from a speyside whisky
Finish: Lingering smoke and peat with a touch of sweetness