The Tomatin distillery (Gaelic for 'the hill of bushes') was erected in 1897 and is one of Scotland's highest distilleries, located near the Hill of Parting, where the Jacobite clans settled following their loss at Colloden.
The distillery was founded by a Japanese firm, and it is now controlled by Takara Shuzo and Okura, another Japanese company. This distillery's water comes from the All-na-Frithe burn, which can be found in the area. This enables the distillery to produce 5,000,000 litres of whisky each year, making it one of Scotland's greatest producers. There are a total of 23 stills in the still room.
The Tomatin 30 Year Old delivers fresh aromas of soft fruits, golden honey, and smooth white chocolate. On the palate, a fusion of tropical fruits and creamy buttered vanilla mingle in an explosion of sensational mixed spices. Matured in a combination of ex-Bourbon and traditional oak casks.
Product of the Highlands, Scotland.
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