Breeze adds vintage twist to two very old Tomatins
TOMATIN DISTILLERY COMPANY
Tomatin Distillery has just released two very exceptional single cask bottlings, selected by their Master Distiller, Douglas Campbell.
Matured in a refill Bourbon cask, the 36 Year Old 1973 will be available worldwide but the majority of the 184 bottles the cask yielded will be sold in Western Europe retailing at £450.
From an Oloroso sherry puncheon, the 1982 expression is limited to 560 bottles and will be offered to distributors around the world.
Designed by Craig Mackinlay of Breeze Creative, who developed the Tomatin core range of 12, 15 and 18 year whiskies, each of the new releases is presented in an ultra heavy weight glass bottle, sealed with a coated glass stopper and finished off with a neck tag. The wooden boxes, manufactured by Mount Gabriel, have a luxurious velvet lining.
Graham Nicolson, Tomatin’s Regional Sales Manager for Western Europe commented “We are starting to build up a loyal following in certain Western European markets and I am sure that consumers will not be disappointed by what are 2 very unique expressions of Tomatin”.
Mackinlay commented that it is so encouraging in the current economic climate that people across the globe are still so enthused and interested in Scotch whisky and are prepared to invest in bottlings that offer a new sensorial experience.