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Like so many Scottish distilleries, Highland distillery Tomatin was founded during the 'whisky boom' of the late 19th century, and as one of the few of those new distilleries, Tomatin barely survived the major whisky crisis that followed. In the 1970s, the single malt distillery even grew to become Scotland's largest distillery (with an alcohol production of 12 million liters per year).
Nowadays Tomatin is no longer the largest, in 2002 11 of the 33 stills were removed.
In addition to the production for the blends, Tomatin regularly releases its own distillery bottlings, including standard bottlings and a peated single malt variant under the name Cu Bocan.
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