This beautiful Tomatin single malt whisky was distilled in the Scottish Highlands in 1989 and matured in refill American hogshead casks for nearly 22 years before being bottled and released by Gordon & MacPhail in 2011 as part of their hugely popular Connoisseurs Choice range. It’s an exquisite, rich whisky that brings a range of incredible notes to your nose and palate and a smoothness that is hard to find in even the best whiskies.
Tomatin Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail, 1989 )
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