Tomatin - Highland Single Malt Batch #3 36 year old

70cl / 700ml / 46%
Product Details
Region / Type
Series / Description
Highland Single Malt Batch #3
Year Bottled
36 year old
Alcohol ABV
Cask Wood Type
Bourbon & Sherry Oak
Number Bottled
Wooden Box
Country of Origin
Bottle Type
Bottle Size
70cl / 700ml
Neck Level
Full Level
HTFW Cat. No.

Availability: In stock

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Product Description

Batch 3 of the Tomatin 36 year old is aged in a combination of traditional oak (34%) and 1st fill oloroso sherry butts(66%) for over 7 years and comes very well packaged in a hinged wood box and handy carry bag.

Silver Medal winner at the San Francisco World Spirits competition 2018

Nose: Fresh pineapple, mango, passion fruit, guava, ripe melon, peach melba, butterscotch, caramel toffee wafers, touch of fresh mint and chocolate honeycomb.

Palate: Big spicy delivery of aromatic tropical fruit, toasted vanilla, mint, chocolate, sugared almonds, fizzy citrus and curd like mouthfeel.

Finish: More tropical fruit than you can shake a lilt can at! toasted and aromatic spices, vanilla waffles, dusting of cocoa powder and nint choc chip ice cream.

A totally tropical taste, whisky lilt! Beautifully balanced layers of spice, tropical fruit and oak, fresh beyond its years and dangerously easy drinking!

Tomatin Distillery has today (Wednesday 3rd May 2017) announced that its 36 Year Old Single Malt has scooped the top prize at the prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition, having been awarded ‘Best Scotch'. A judging panel of high-calibre industry experts awarded the oldest Single Malt in Tomatin’s core range with four awards in total. The 36 Year Old clinched the highly sought after title of ‘Double Gold’, 'Best Distillers’ Single Malt Scotch 20 years and older', 'Best Single Malt Scotch' and finally 'Best Scotch', beating off stiff competition from hundreds of brands and distillers around the world.

96.5 points Jim Murray's Whisky Bible

"Make no mistake: this is a masterpiece of a malt."