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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.
With this Tomatin 12 you get a great all-round single malt whisky for a very reasonable price. This Highlander matured in bourbon and sherry casks. A nice whisky for those who want to get to know single malts, but also a good all-day dram!
Included in the core series of Highland distiller Tomatin, this 14-year-old single malt has been finished on port casks. You will detect the influence of the port cask in nose and taste, especially in the tones of red fruit and dark chocolate. At 46%.
This 18-year-old single malt whisky is one of the core bottlings of the Tomatin Distillery. This single malt is uncomplicated and nicely balanced. The sherry finishing gives him notes of chocolate and orange. All in all a great standard bottling!
This Tomatin single malt whisky was bottled in 2019 for the Dutch importer Bresser & Timmer. This is a 19-year-old malt that matured in a bourbon cask and was finished in a re-charred Spanish verdejo wine cask. That yielded 274 bottles at 54,4%.
Tomatin was the largest Scottish distillery for a while in the last century. It is still not a small producer of single malt whisky. Next to distillery bottlings, there are third-party bottlings. This 12-years-old Lady of the Glen aged on a bourbon cask.
Highland distillery Tomatin releases a new series: 2008 French Collection. The bottlings in this series are all 12 years old and were finished in French wine casks. For example, this single malt whisky matured in Sauternes casks. (limited edition, 46%)
In 2018 Gordon & MacPhail started a new series: Discovery. A journey of discovery through whisky country at favorable prices. For example this Tomatin single malt whisky: honey, pear, blossom, vanilla custard, just a few notes to discover in this dram.
We have this 21 year old Tomatin single malt whisky on the shelves for a reasonable price. The Tomatin malt is also known as 'The softer side of the Highlands', and that certainly comes into its own in this well-balanced, fruity and sweet bottling. (46%)
We don't know how old this distillery bottling from Tomatin is, but we do know that this single malt whisky aged on bourbon and sherry casks, and that it was bottled at cask strength (57.5%). This dram tastes young: you get a good impression of the spirit
The Legacy is the 'entry-level model' of Highland distillery Tomatin. Matured in bourbon and new oak casks, this malt has notes of pear, citrus, pineapple and vanilla, with some pepper and cocoa in the taste. And that at 43% and at a modest price.
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