Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Since 1897, Tomatin has produced quality Highland single malt and blended Scotch whisky in an area of stunning natural beauty which has rich whisky making traditions dating back to the 1500s.
Combining the naturally soft water of the local Alt-na-Frith burn, with tender Scottish barley, the mash is transported to tall, slim copper stills. A mellow, fruity spirit emerges, and it is then gently matured high above sea level to let it’s subtle Highland character shine.
A 50-year-old expression was released in 2022 to commemorate Tomatin's 125th anniversary.
Tomatin is known for its frequent use of first-fill casks, usually bourbon and sherry.
The distillery is one of the largest in Scotland.
Prior to the opening of the formal distillery which operates today, there is reason to believe that illegal whisky production was an important part of life in the area around Tomatin since the 1700s. In 1892, it was announced that the final route of the Highland Railway would pass through the town. Local man John MacDougall opened ‘The Tomatin Spey District Distillery’: registered on 8th June 1897. After passing through several owners, the distillery is now in the hands of Takara Shuzo and Okura & Co. who rescued the distillery from closure in 1986, and formed the Tomatin Distillery Co. Ltd. In 2013, Tomatin expanded its portfolio in launching their lightly peated expression, Cù Bòcan, as a fully fledged brand. They celebrated their 125th anniversary in 2022.
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