Tomatin Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Rare and selected Tomatin Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

The Distillery Tomatin is on the road to the north on the main road between Aviemore and Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. The history of the distillery dates back to the 15th century when cattle dealers and drovers their whisky from a distillery in the Old Laird s House based at the site of today s distillery. 1897 the distillery was then legalized by official establishment. In 1906 she went bankrupt, however, was in 1909 again. Until 1956 it counted with two stills of the smaller distilleries. At that time, two stills were added. 1958 two more were built. In 1961, a further four stills added and in 1964 accompanied by another. Thus Tomatin was at least in the short term, the only Scottish distillery with an odd number of stills. In 1974 three more stills built and own malting decommissioned since the malt is obtained from the Glen Ord Maltings. At the time, Tomatin was the largest Scottish distillery with an annual output of 12 million liters of alcohol. 1985 Tomatin was again bankrupt and was taken over in 1986 by the Japanese investors Takara Shuzo Co. and Okara Co. manufacturer to equip another nine stills. Takara Shuzo Co. and Okara and Co. were therefore among the first Japanese owners of a Scotch whisky distillery. Since 1998 it operates under Tomatin Distillery Co Ltd. Measured by output, it belonged temporarily to the top ten distilleries in Scotland, but there were some stills decommissioned and now a fraction of is only produced what would actually be possible. Much of the production flows in its own blends of brands Antiquary, The Talisman, Big T and Ancient Clan and under the name of Tomatin particularly high-quality single malts and limited single cask whiskies are bottled with an excellent price-performance ratio.

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