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Me and my mate had it at the Speyside whisky festival and we thought that the 10 yr old was superb.
The 16 yr old was thicker in taste but the flavours were all rather congealed and nothing stood out.
We got given the 27 yr old as well which was lovely and well worth the price at less than £50.
Also, if you are ever up in Tomintoul, be sure to visit the Whisky Castle as the man who owns it is worth the price of admission alone being whisky's answer to Stuart Hall and Archie MacPherson.
Anyone else here had this experience...or maybe a bad bottle?
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Much running to the store to buy over the next few days.
The 27 y/o is a cracking dram at the price (had a taster up at the Whisky Castle from memory).
My wife and I also met the proprietors of Tomintoul (Angus Dundee Distillers) in Dufftown and the old chap who owns the place and his wife are lovely people. We had a good few drams with them.
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