This Tobermory 21 Year Old was distilled on Mull in 1995 and finished in a sherry cask before being bottled by Hard to Find Whisky for their Casino Series.There are a total of four expressions in the series, with each individual bottle being numbered by a genuine casino chip. Only 145 bottles of this cask strength #Roulette bottling were ever produced.
Tobermory 21 Year Old Casino Series – #Roulette (HTFW, 1995)
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