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Tomatin distillery was founded in 1897 and is currently owned by Takara Shuzo, part of Marubeni Group. In the 1970s Tomatin was equipped with 23 stills, what made it the largest Scottish distillery. The Japanese, who acquired the distillery in 1986, reduced the number of stills to 12. Tomatin is a major component of Antiquary and Talisman blends and in recent years became widely available as single malt. Here we have a limited release of Tomatin, part of Douglas Laing & Co. Old Malt Cask selection. The whisky distilled in December 1975 spent 32 years in ex-bourbon cask. Bottled in May 2008 at natural strength of 55.7% abv without chill-filtration with an outrun of 321 bottles.
Nose: very oaky, vanilla, caramel, toffee, burnt bread crust, grapefruits, roasted almonds, hints of hay and dried herbs.
Palate: initially sweet, with notes of vanilla and caramel, soon reveals spicy notes of white pepper and ginger, hints of grapefruits and lingering oaky bitterness.
Finish: long, oaky and spicy with notes pepper, ginger, nutmeg and almonds.