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  • Sep 13, 2019

The team will be attending the biggest and best interactive drinks event in Scotland - Inverarity Morton's 'Evolution', at SWG3 Glasgow on the 17th of September. We will be showcasing our Tomintoul Single Malt range along with some cool cocktails that will bring any bar to life!

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  • Aug 08, 2019

Our spectacular Tomintoul 14 Year Old has won a Gold award in the International Spirit & Wine Competiton 2019. 

It is great that our products are being loved and recognised worldwide. The judges have described this expression to have a 'powerful and expressive palate with flavours reminiscent of rhubard and biscuits' - a must try dram! 

             

  • Jul 15, 2019

We are delighted to be one of the main sponsors at the Tomintoul Games - one of the longest running Highland Games in Scotland and now over 175 years old! The games are traditionally held on the 3rd Saturday of every July making it the 20th of July this year. 

For more informtion about all the events happening please visit the official website http://www.tomintoulhighlandgames.co.uk/

Have a great day everyone, we hope the sun shines on saturday. 

  • Jul 16, 2019

The team at the distillery are making great use of the shutdown time to do some essential maintenance. 

Wash still number two has just been improved with the addition of a brand new shoulders and boil ball. 

  • Jul 09, 2019

We are delighted to work with the world famous Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club to create a very special whisky to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of this legendary club. 

At a special launch event Tomintoul Brand Ambassador Iain Forteath held a deconstructed tasting to show how the whisky was created, and the influence that Tomintoul, our gentle dram, had in the final product. The whisky itself was created together with the legendary band The Ronnie Scott's Allstars who worked closely with Iain on the blend. 

Talking about the scotch Iain Forteath said "the Bourbon casks used by Tomintoul give a creamy and sweet base to Ronnie's Scotch, and the sherry matured adds the sweet dried fruit layers. We also added a touch of heavily peated Tomintoul to give a subtle smoky backbone to the blend".

This very limited edition bottling can only be bought directly from Ronnie Scott's Club - please follow the link for more info https://www.ronniescotts.co.uk/merchandise