Tomatin 50 Year Old presented
It is the oldestof the Highland
Just one week before Christmas, Tomatin offers its fans the opportunity to make themselves a very special Christmas present: With a Tomatin 50 yo the distillery releases the oldest bottling in its portfolio. If you want to buy one of only 70 bottles, you have to dig deep into your pocket: £10,000 is the price for this 5-decades-old , launched in the UK.
On 24th November 1967, this Tomatin was distilled and now after 50 years it was bottled with the remaining of 45.3% . " in a Oloroso Sherry " we learn from the press release. The was stored in a fresh Oloroso sherry with the number 35817 at the end, but there is no information where it spent its time before.
No question: a noble whisky needs a noble packaging and Tomatin presents its 50 years-old single malt whisky in a handmade Glencairn glass decanter and a luxurious Italian wooden box furnished with soft leather. If you decide to open the decanter, you can then replace the transport with a high-quality glass .
Official tasting notes for the Tomatin 50 year old
Aromas of freshly felledin an orchard of apples, pears and plums can be expected
Bursts of exotic tropical fruits and dried apricots, sweetened with flavours of vanilla toffee, crème caramel and flame raisins
Spice and fruits balance perfectly, providing a luxurious and velvety finish
Pictures: Tomatin Distillery