Limited bottlings from Tomatin

08 August, 2008

The Tomatin Distillery is adding two new limited -edition vintage bottlings to its portfolio.

Only 1,500 bottles of the Tomatin Single Highland Malt 30 Years Old will be released worldwide, with a retail price of 180. The second bottling is a 40 Year Old, which will be limited to 1,614 bottles

and

has a price tag of 450.

The 30 YO has a nose "resembling polished leather, fruit cake with hints of orange and a smooth, almost creamy, pal at e with orange spice", according to the distillery.




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