Tomintoul 16 year old

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Alcohol:40
Region:Highlands
Color:Bright yellow gold
Nose:Creamy, lemon meringue pie aroma with some underlying spicy and peaty notes
Body:Smooth and mellow
Palate:Creamy, lightly sweet and lemony at first, then becomes drier and develops some spicy notes
Finish:Long and dry, nutty and grassy
First Tasted:February 2004
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