Tobermory, which is distilled from unpeated malted barley and allowed to mature in oak casks for a minimum of 10 years, is light amber in colour, with a fresh, lightly peated smoky nose. The palate is medium-dry, smooth and fruity, with a rich and well-rounded finish. Many Island and Islay malts tend to be heavily peated. Tobermory, however, is only lightly peated, drawing its overtones only from the water on the Island. This makes it particularly easy to drink, and is why it serves as the perfect introduction to Island Malt Scotch Whiskies.
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