- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Meadowside Blending (MBl)
- Bottling serie
- The Maltman
- Stated Age
- 20 years old
- Refill Sherry Butt
- Number of bottles
- 49.2 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- 15/6341 286
- Added on
- 22 Nov 2015 8:32 am by Heidjer
6 × in wishlist
34 × member ratings
55 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Tobermory 1995 MBl
7 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.34 points
- Confirms once again that I like Tobermory 20+ and made of sherry wood the best.
Sour-vegetable (cucumber water, mixed pickles), old oak, fresh herbs, Tobermory harbor flair, chocolate and caramel.
Very chocolaty and still sour (see above), with the typical Tobermory character. Chocolate raisins? Slightly maritime and salty. Wood is noticeable, but pleasantly "refillable". Super tasty, even without adding water.
Sweetened espresso, dark chocolate, cocoa powder, orange peel, brackish water. Long.
- wow that is cool
unusual but delicious
complex malt who wants his time
musty, licorice, fig, milk chocolate, slightly cheese, sherry, slightly nutty becomes stronger, light earth, apricot, slightly pastry and becomes stronger, plum must, apple will be more, will come sweet, red fruit, green and grassy notes, and also one strange note that I can not assign
with 1920 glazing glass:
musty becomes stronger, red berry mix, slightly vanilla, maggot comes, slightly oak
full and strong on the palate
moldy / musty becomes more, nutty, red berry, sweet, sherry, rotten oak, bitter becomes stronger, oak comes, raisins, licorice comes later
Dark chocolate, roasted aromas, astringent, wood, dark fruit compote
- A great Sherrymalt, lots of sweetness, raisins, but no Sherryvombe. Very diverse and yet tasty.
Fruity, sweet raisins, dried fruit, some sulfur, toffee, but still light and fresh, honey. A great nose.
Fresh, fruity, slightly oak, but above all tangy and tingling, yet with a heavy sweetness and raisins in the background.
The finish is long, fruity, raisins, honey, oak, but also so pleasantly sweet, light and yet complex.
- pleasant Sherrymalt with lots of honey and walnut
- Very tasty, although without really outstanding qualities.
Very nice refill sherry nose. Neat caramel, dried figs, strawberries and a few apricots. Light roasted aromas like buttered toast. Behind it something fresh like a slightly salty breeze. Oak only hints slightly at the background. After the first sip, the aromatic oak mixes in more and complements the caramel-sweet nose wonderfully.
Very creamy mouthfeel, sweet caramel, slightly tingling. After swallowing comes the seasoning, which develops from hazel over walnuts to liquorice. Delicate bitterness.
Correctly long and warm with a long-lasting, spicy undertone.
- Pleasant enough overall, it nevertheless reveals some imbalances in the mouth. The contribution of Sherry is particularly vinous.
Black grapes, exotic spices, and hazelnut. A thick vinous layer sneaks, and a woody dust in the background.
Sweet and easy to access. Caramel and sweet cereal. Raisin and candy. Some tangy grapes.
Walnut husks come back in the mouth, and the vinous woody resurfaced, accompanied by a slight astringency of vinified grapes.