Scotland > Speyside > Scotch and Other Whiskies > Single Malt > Tomintoul
Old Ballantruan is a peated version of Tomintoul single malt, named for the distillery's spring. This is the first issue of this whisky with an age statement and is bottled at 50%
Andrew's Tasting Note:
Nose: soft and creamy with peaty, firm smoke, caramel and white fruits; there are some hard candies, malt and some minty top notes.
Palate: big and creamy, honey and more hard candies (fruit to anise) with muddy earthy smoke, more mint and lots of malt.
Finish: long, coating, creamy and toasty with fading floral smoke.
Comments: surprisingly Ardbegian.
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