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Tomintoul releases Tlàth single malt expression

Angus Dundee Distillers has launched Tomintoul Tlàth, a no-age-statement Speyside single malt Scotch whisky, into selected markets.

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Tomintoul releases Tlàth, a no-age-statement permanent single malt expression

‘Tlàth’ is a Gaelic word meaning ‘gentle’ or ‘mellow’, a description said to complement Tomintoul’s positioning as “the gentle dram”.

The permanent addition to the Tomintoul range comprises whiskies of “various ages” matured in ex-Bourbon barrels.

“After experimenting with different cask types and flavour styles we have produced a very exciting whisky,” said Duncan Baldwin, Angus Dundee Distillers marketing director. “The result is this superb release of Tomintoul, Tlàth.”

The expression is said to offer nosing and tasting notes of “sweet toffee and vanilla”, “hints of mint leaf”, “lively white pepper”, “nutmeg” and “toasted vanilla”.

Tlàth is bottled at 40% abv and is packaged in cases of 6 x 70cl bottles with individual cylindrical canisters.

Available in selected European, world and duty free markets, Tlàth will typically retail at under £30 per bottle in the UK and under €39 in Europe.

Earlier this year, Angus Dundee Distillers released just 500 bottles of a 40-year-old quadruple cask Tomintoul single malt whisky, with a price tag of £2,500.

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