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Tomatin, once the biggest malt distillery in Scotland, went bankrupt in 1985 and subsequently was acquired by two Japanese companies, Takara Shuzo and Okura & Co. In the recent decade the owners put a lot of effort to built the brand and Tomatin sales quadrupled to 460 000 bottles with number of limited releases making an important addition to the range. Tomatin 1981 Vintage was certainly one of them. The whisky distilled on April 21, 1981 was aged in ex-Oloroso sherry butt no. 001 for over 32 years to be bottled at natural strength of 42.3% in May 2014. Only 405 heart-shaped decanters were produced, all presented in very elegant cases.
Nose: extremely rich, lots of sherry, oak, raisins, almonds and hazelnuts, figs, apricots, old leather, licorice, coffee beans, hints of aniseed and tobacco.
Palate: very fruity, bitter oranges, mango, prunes, dried apricots, raisins, dark chocolate, nuts, notes of dried herbs and licorice.
Finish: long, fruity and nutty, with delicate oaky and spicy notes.