Tomatin

Tomatin Cask Strength

Posted 28 November 2017

Tomatin Cask Strength was released in 2015 and then swiftly rebranded into the new house style the following year. It’s a non-age statement bottling that has been matured in a combination of ex-Bourbon barrels and oloroso sherry casks. Whilst Tomatin are pretty generous with their ABV’s across the board, this one comes in true to its name at 57.7%.


Tomatin Legacy

Posted 27 November 2017

Tomatin Legacy was launched in 2013 as the distillery’s entry-level non age statement whisky. It’s matured in ex-Bourbon barrels and then finished for around a year in virgin oak casks. When launched it’s RRP was £25.99, so it’s pleasing that in the four years hence, it has hardly increased for this reasonable entry point. You can find it on Master of Malt for £26.50.


Tomatin 12 year old

Posted 27 November 2017

Tomatin 12 year old is matured in ex-Bourbon barrels and then finished in Spanish sherry casks for between 6 to 9 months. It was rebranded towards the end of 2015 along with the rest of the Tomatin range into a new shaped bottle with a more contemporary logo and an earthy colour palate. All of the rebranded bottles now highlight the distillery’s tagline ‘The Softer Side of the Highlands since 1897’.


Tomatin 14 year old Portwood Finish

Posted 28 November 2017

Tomatin 14 year old was originally launched in 2014. When the entire core range was rebranded, the labelling on this bottle was updated to highlight it’s port cask finish. It’s been matured for 13 years in ex-Bourbon barrels and then has been finished in tawny port pipes for an additional year. It can be yours for £53.83 from Master of Malt.


Tomatin 18 year old

Posted 30 November 2017

Tomatin 18 year old has been matured in ex-Bourbon barrels and then finished in first-fill oloroso sherry. It’s bottled at 46% and is available for £75.55 from Master of Malt.


Tomatin 1988 27 year old Batch 3

Posted 30 November 2017

This 1988 Vintage is the third release in a series of expressions from that year. It’s been aged for 27 years, and includes a parcel of whisky that has been matured in first-fill Tawny port casks. It’s the first 1988 vintage to be bottled in the new Tomatin livery and updated glassware.