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Tomatin Gives Birth To Triplets


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Highland whisky maker Tomatin Distillery has launched a trio of special edition single malt whiskies – a 14-year-old Cabernet Sauvignon, a nine-year-old Caribbean rum and a 21-year-old Oloroso sherry – all have been bottled at 46% alcohol by volume [92 proof].

There are only 6600 bottles of the nine year old, which has been matured in Caribbean rum casks and is the first rum release from the distillery. It is said to contain notes of banana, coconut and pineapple and is available for $55 per bottle.

There are even fewer bottles of the 14-Year-Old – only 2436 total – which has been finished in cabernet sauvignon barriques and is said to contain notes of citrus, fruits and honey and is available for $95 per bottle.

The 21-Year-Old was finished in Oloroso sherry casks, is said to have notes of fruit, spice and dark chocolate and is even more of a rarity than the previous two with only 1908 bottles available – each for $135 per bottle.


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