This 2004 Tomatin is a single cask single malt from the world famous Highland distillery that delivers a superb tasting experience on the nose, palate and finish. It brings plenty of rich fruits, elegant spices and a long lasting finish to be enjoyed, and the bottle features stunning Japanese style art, making it stand apart from other bottles on your shelf. As a single cask whisky, this one is highly limited in numbers and expected to sell out fast.
Tomatin 2004 Single Cask – Utagawa Kunisada – Geisha
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