Tomintoul's 'With a Peaty Tang' is made just twice a year at the distillery, using barley which has been dried with peat smoke. The aroma is soft and sweetly smoked, with a floral (heathery) and herbacious quality. To taste, the unmistakable flavour of peated malt, slightly biscuity and nutty with a classic Speyside fruity (pear) sweetness as well. The finish is long, with mouth-drying smoke notes lingering. One of the consistently good non-Islay peated malts around.