- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Limited Edition - Bourbon Cask
- Bourbon Casks
- Number of bottles
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- Added on
- 10 Aug 2015 8:08 pm by z-imaging
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Whisky Reviews for Tomatin Cù Bòcan
11 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 80.05 points
- Grainy or malty, strong notes, fresh citrus and mint, a nice whisky, I suppose an Arran, maybe the 10?
As part of a blind tasting tasted
Amazing that I did not notice the smoke. Even when nachverkosten barely noticeable.
Creamy toffee, some citrus, pear, coconut, some cereal and slightly 'green'
Warming, malt, black tea, citrus, mint, a hint of pears, a bit bitter and a touch of oak
Oak and malt, then light toffee sweetening
- He's not bad, he's not young and he's still NAS. I would tap on an average age of 13 years. He gives me the impression of Laphroaig Light. The smoke profile is not right at all, the herbs are not there, but this Pocket Coffee is close to Laphroaigs liquid block malt. Also, that might be something for the shelf.
Notes from a blind tasting.
Very fresh, grass and herbs, perfume-like notes, star fruit, seemingly quite delicate smoke. With some life more smoke and clearly fruity, ripe blackberries and quince. Sure, there's no sherry in there?
Herbs, strong, pocket coffee, dark caramel and barbecue smoke. A good, oily mouthfeel with a nice power development, quite supple.
All flavors go at about the same speed, which is also relatively fast. Only a slight ashiness remains a little longer, adorned by a few tannins.
- blind tasting
- The smell gives too few notes, which I associate with a single malt. This has something of fruit brandy and new make, even if it smells quite good, the barrel influence is too low. The taste goes in the same direction, although it looks a little more mature. The best thing about this whisky is the finish, which finally brings the typical whisky notes.
very fruity, sour, white grapes, exotic, passion fruit, a little grapefruit, very slightly metallic, slightly unripe
Cool, spicy on a soft, oily body, the acidity of the fruit gives way to the nose a little back, but only a little oak shows, but the impression remains exotic, with a little bitter vanilla behind
Again, oak, mixed with caramel and vanilla, malt, medium long