New Tomatin whiskiesNovember 12th, 2009
I was just with Douglas Campbell, Master Distiller of Tomatin distillery. He stopped by at the Malt Advocate office and dropped off samples of two new Tomatin whiskies.
The first one is a 15 year old, aged in used bourbon casks. The second one is a revamped 18 year old. It has additional sherry cask aging, and it’s also bottled at a higher strength (46%) versus the standard 43%.
The entire line’s packaging was also upgraded.
So, the regular line-up now consists of a 12 & 18 yr. old with some sherry cask aging, and a 15 & 25 yr. old, aged in used bourbon casks.
There will also be some special vintage bottlings coming up, which I’ll let you know about when I get more information.
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