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Tomatin

Founded in 1897, the Tomatin whisky distillery sits at an altitude of 313m just to the west of the village of the same name and quenches its annual five million litre capacity with the pure waters of the Allt-na-Frithe. Closing briefly at the beginning of the 20th century, Tomatin experienced good fortunes and during the 1950s began increasing its stills, installing the last in 1974, bringing its total to an impressive 23, although 11 were dismantled in 2002.

Following the 1985 liquidation of prior owners Tomatin Distillers Company, the Tomatin distillery became the first Scottish single malt maker to be purchased by a Japanese company; in 1986 Takara Shuzo and Okara acquired Tomatin, which stands, today, as one of Scotland’s largest distilleries. Tomatin not only has a substantial capacity but also boasts an onsite cooperage and 14 warehouses, nearly as large as Japan’s largest distillery, the Suntory owned Hakushu.

There is a profusion of indepedent bottlings, though there is a rather small house range. The Scotch from Tomatin is also used in many blends, notably in the famed ‘The Antiquary’ range. Today, the distillery runs at full capacity, largely producing unpeated malt whisky. Following the acquisition of Okara’s interests by Takara Shuzo and a subsequent amalgamation, the whisky distillery is now under the ownership of Marubeni group.

Tomatin Whisky Distillery

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About Tomatin Whisky Distillery

Distillery Number

01808 511444

Distillery Founded

1897

Distillery Capacity

5 000 000 litres

Distillery Status

Active

Distillery Owner

Tomatin Distillery Co

Distillery Address

Tomatin, Inverness-Shire

Distillery Website

www.tomatin.com

1897

The Inverness businessmen behind Tomatin Spey Distillery Company found Tomatin.

1906

Production ceases.

1909

Production resumes through Tomatin Distillers Co. Ltd.

1956

Stills are increased from two to four.

1958

Another two stills are added.

1961

The six stills are increased to ten.

1964

One more still is installed.

1974

The stills now total 23 and the maltings closes.

1985

The distillery company goes into liquidation.

1986

Two long-time customers, Takara Shuzo Co. and Okara & Co., buy Tomatin through Tomatin Distillery Co. Tomatin thus becomes the first distillery to be acquired by Japanese interests.

1997

Tomatin Distillery Co buys J. W. Hardie and the brand Antiquary.

1998

Okara & Co, owners of 20% of Tomatin Distillery, is forced to sell its share to Takara Shuzo Co. which now is part of the Marubeni group.

2004

Tomatin 12 years is launched.

2005

A 25 year old and a 1973 Vintage are released.

2006

An 18 year old and a 1962 Vintage are launched.

2008

A 30 and a 40 year old as well as several vintages from 1975 and 1995 are released.

Reproduced from the Malt Whisky Yearbook 2009 with the kind permission of Mr Ingvar Ronde

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A biscuity, malty Tomatin from Berry Brothers and Rudd, this was distilled in 1991 and aged in a single cask (number 51) before bottling in 2012. A 21 year old whisky at natural cask strength...  More info
$131.75
This fabulous 20 year old highlands single malt Scotch whisky comes from the Tomatin distillery, although it was bottled by Douglas Laing as part of the Old Particular range of stunning single cask...  More info
$142.40
Tomatin 21 Year Old
(70cl, 52%)
A limited edition release from the Tomatin distillery of 21 year old whisky, made from 6 bourbon casks and 1 sherry butt. The result is a charming champ of a whisky, rich with fruity notes and a...  More info
$254.51
Tomatin 15 Year Old
(70cl, 43%)
This 15 year old was released in August 2009. It has a light, supple flavour profile, but with what Tomatin distillers describe as a "significant influence from the North American oak".  More info
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$71.55
Tomatin Cù Bòcan
(70cl, 46%)
The story behind this Tomatin comes from the legend of a spectral dog, Cù Bòcan, who has haunted the Highland village for countless years. It was once seen by a distillery worker who, after initially...  More info
$71.41
A 46% Tomatin from Carn Mor distilled in 1994 and bottled in early 2013 as part of the Strictly Limited range.  More info
$91.90
An independently bottled single malt Scotch whisky from the Tomatin distillery. It matured for 18 years in a bourbon cask before being bottled with an outturn of 234 bottles by WM Cadenhead for their...  More info
$98.55
A sweet, buttery Tomatin, distilled in May of 1990, and aged in a refill hogshead for 21 years before bottling in December of 2011. A release of 340 bottles from the Old Malt Cask range.  More info
$140.39
Tomatin 12 Year Old
(70cl, 40%)
This 12 year old was released in late 2003 to replace the 10 year old. A medium-bodied single malt from the Tomatin distillery.  More info
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$54.33
Tomatin 18 Year Old
(70cl, 46%)
An 18 year old from the Tomatin distillery, finished in Spanish oak Oloroso sherry butts.  More info
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$94.47
Tomatin Legacy
(70cl, 43%)
Tomatin distillery's new no-age-statement release uses virgin oak as well as bourbon casks. It provides a new entry level to the Tomatin range but the use of different casks make this a unique...  More info
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$40.74
This delicious 30 year old from Tomatin replaces the 25 year old bottling and is limited to just 2000 bottles a year.  More info
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$202.85
A seriously well-aged Tomatin from the Douglas Laing stable. Aged for a full 33 years, and part of an outturn of 321 bottles.  More info
A cask strength, 32 year old Tomatin matured in a bourbon cask before bottling for the ultra premium Old and Rare Platinum selection from Douglas Laing.  More info
A 40 year old from the Tomatin distillery, a really beautiful looking whisky, in a stunning decanter. This is part of the release five of the Celtic Heartlands range, and there are just 523 of these...  More info
This was distilled at Tomatin in December 1976, matured in cask number 6816 for 33 years and bottled by Duncan Taylor in February 2010. Part of a release of 264 bottles of cask strength, single cask...  More info
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Single cask single malt whisky. Absolutely astonishing. We've never tasted anything else quite like this.  More info
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Single cask single malt whisky. Rich and Biscuity, big and crunchy. A mouthfilling, malty dram from the Highland distillery, Tomatin.  More info
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Tomatin 40 Year Old
(70cl, 42.90%)
A 40 year old vatting of seven sherry hogsheads, chosen by Douglas Campbell, the distillery manager at Tomatin.  More info
Tomatin 25 Year Old
(70cl, 43%)
A superb value 25 year old from the Highland distillery, Tomatin, This is more of a Speyside style malt, and it was awarded 93 points at the International Review of Spirits in 2006 with the comment...  More info
$120.00
Tomatin 30 Year Old
(70cl, 49.20%)
Tomatin 30 year old is a vatting of two casks, both Oloroso sherry, chosen by Douglas Campbell, a rare release of just 1,500.  More info
$292.14
A fine single cask 21 year old from Tomatin, distilled in 1991 and aged in cask number 51 before bottling 2012. A wonderful cask strength single malt from Berry Brothers and Rudd.  More info
$131.69
Tomatin 1980
(70cl, 47.40%)
This Tomatin was matured in cask No. 994, an ex-bourbon barrel and is one of 172 bottles produced. It's a smooth, full bodied malt, dstilled on the 18/01/1980 and bottled on 07/08/2008.  More info
$335.81
This is the old bottling of the popular Tomatin 18 year old.  More info
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$125.88
A 1988 vintage from the Tomatin distillery, matured in refill American hogsheads.  More info
$81.71
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