About Tomatin Whisky Distillery
5 000 000 litres
Tomatin Distillery Co
The Inverness businessmen behind Tomatin Spey Distillery Company found Tomatin.
Production resumes through Tomatin Distillers Co. Ltd.
Stills are increased from two to four.
Another two stills are added.
The six stills are increased to ten.
One more still is installed.
The stills now total 23 and the maltings closes.
The distillery company goes into liquidation.
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.
Tomatin Distillery Co buys J. W. Hardie and the brand Antiquary.
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.
Tomatin 12 years is launched.
A 25 year old and a 1973 Vintage are released.
An 18 year old and a 1962 Vintage are launched.
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