Oh yeah, it’s Whisky Tuesday! Time to get a deal on this Tomatin.
“Tomatin’s Dualchas Single Malt scotch is considered to be a lighter styled scotch (at least for the highlands) and aged in virgin oak, meaning barrels that haven’t been used in other spirits prior to the introduction of the scotch (versus the majority of scotch that uses ex-bourbon or ex-sherry casks). Tomatin Distillery is located on the eastern edge of the Monadh Liath Mountains and widely acknowledged to have illicit stills are part of its history reaching back to the 15th Century when it was officially founded in 1897. It grew in the 20th century to produce great volumes of whiskey and then in 1985 it was acquired by the Japanese company Takara, who established The Tomatin Distillery Co Ltd. Today, Tomatin now operates 12 stills and still produces great volumes of whisky. Tomatin produces its own brand of scotch as well as the Antiquary and Talisman brands.” notes from Proof66.com