Whisky Murray McDavid, "Tobermory" 15 Years Old, 1994, in tube, 0.7 L
Whiskey golden-amber color.
Mild taste of whiskey with hints of nectarine, tropical fruit and toffee. Aftertaste - a long, enveloping.
Whisky has the scent with notes of tropical fruit, custard, toffee and lemon pie.
Whiskey is ideal in its pure form, as an aperitif, digestif, on the rocks or with a cup of coffee.
One of the oldest distilleries in Scotland Tobermory was founded by John Sinclair in 1798, but construction continued until 1823. Tobermory is located in a wooded area near the sea and is the only distillery on the remote Scottish island of Mull. During its existence, the distillery changed hands several times and was closed. Initially, the town and distillery were called Ledaig, translated from the Gallic meaning "Saving Paradise". Later the name changed. Today Tobermory distillery is operated by Bern Stewart Distillers.
Murray McDavid - an independent company, founded in 1996 by Mark Reynier, Gordon Wright (member of the family owning Springbank) and Simon Coglin and named in honor of the parents of Mark Reynier - Harriet Murray and Jock McDavid, aide-de-camp of Winston Churchill during World War II. The purpose of the co-founders was a continuation of the ancient traditions of their ancestors. The company is part of the Bruichladdich Distillery. Company Murray McDavid wonderfully combines the experience of nine generations of experts on Single Malt Scotch whiskey and achievements in the field of business. All of whiskey - malt, it is bottled only in its natural form, without homogenization, adding dyes and without the use of cold filtration.