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A limited-edition and a true collectors treasure...
Tomatin was distilled in 1971, aged for 50 years in a single 1st fill oloroso sherry hogshead No. 30040 before being bottled in 2022 with a yield of just 125 bottles.
Gentle maturation in the cool, stable environment found high above sea level lets the subtle character of this distinctive 50 year old single malt emerge. The use of a carefully selected cask ensures that the softer characters of the precious spirit are never overpowered.
Each bottle of this stunning whisky is presented in a mouth-blown Glencairn crystal decanter with a gold-plated brass stopper. The packaging is an impressive wooden box made in Italy and covered in soft Italian leather. A numbered book, hand-signed by distillery manager Graham Eunson, with detailed information about the history and creation of this single malt is also included. Finally, a premium leather carry bag completes the presentation.
The 1972 release is the second in a series of six Highland Single Malts, following the successful release of the 1971 bottling. This is a limited edition of 380 bottles and the perfect addition to a whisky collection.
The Warehouse 6 Collection celebrates the maturation of casks in Tomatin’s traditional dunnage warehouse.
Cask numbers 23404, 23405 and 23406 have been resting in Warehouse 6 since 1972, gently and slowly maturing the precious spirit within, waiting patiently for the perfect moment to catch the whisky in its prime.
The whisky was aged in Sherry Hogsheads, bottled on the 10th February 2014 at 42.1% ABV.
Tomatin 1972 is presented in a luxury wooden box that includes a display plinth holding a hand-blown crystal decanter and two crystal tumblers supplied by Scottish company Glencairn Crystal.
The bottle boasts a solid copper stopper supplied by Scottish Silver and a numbered certificate detailing the story of the whisky.