On the Isle of Mull, the Tobermory distillery is developing two different malts. Tobermory years, means the more flexible of the two, marked also by marine notes.
The nose is marked by the grain, with herbaceous and floral notes (slight touch of peppermint).
Attack first on the freshness and creaminess, then a strong power grows, the malty cereal, black pepper and notes of floral honey-based. Very concentrated, the body is dry, vigorous, but always accompanied by a real floral freshness.
Color: Light yellow.
Long final aperitif, with the return of menthol, a real persistence.
Provenance: The Islands
The West and North of Scotland "continental", the coastline ends in a string of pretty inhospitable Islands, but which are still a few distilleries. The Island name is more officially recognised by the Scotch Whisky Association, which is now confused with Highland. But the remoteness and difficulty of trade with the rest of Scotland explain maintaining specific traditions.
|Type of products||Liquor|
|Appellation||Whisky Isle Mull and North|
|Cuvee's name||10 Ans|
|Main grape variety||No|