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The latest from the Tomintoul team
  • Tomintoul Brand Ambassador Joe Miller at company golf day

    Our Tomintoul Brand Ambassador Joe Miller was in fine form at our company golf day at Dalmahoy. Although he was taken a bit by surprise when our Sales Manager decided to swap his usual golf ball for a trick one. 

    The outcome was some very dramatic pictures, as you can see below. 

    That's what happens when a long distance drive champion hits a powder ball! 

  • BBC Good Food Show, NEC Birmingham, 14th to 17th June

    The Tomintoul Team will be at the BBC Good Food Show at the NEC this week, sampling and selling some of our exceptional single malts.

    Come along and visit us in Hall 6, stand F620 where you can try our range and also enter our competition for the chance to WIN A BOTTLE of our Tomintoul 21 Year Old. 

    Hope to see you there.

  • Our new cocktail to celebrate World Whisky Day - 19th May

    Our Brand Ambassador Iain Forteath has created this amazing new cocktail in honour of World Whisky Day this saturday. "Smoky Ol Tom" is easy to create at home and uses our Tomintoul 10 Year Old.

    Why not make one this saturday and celebrate World Whisky Day with us.


  • International Spirits Challenge Awards 2018

    We are delighted to have been awarded a Gold Medal at the 2018 ISC awards for our Tomintoul Vintage Single Cask 1977. Tomintoul 15 Year Old Peaty Tang also won a Silver Medal at the awards announced today. 


  • Spirit of Speyside Festival 2018

    We are all getting ready for this year's Spirit of Speyside festival. The team are really looking forward to welcoming visitors to the distillery for our tours and to sampling our excellent single malts at The Memorial Hall, Dufftown on the 5th and 6th May. 

    For more information on the festival please go to 

  • Tomintoul Wins at London Spirits Competition


    Results just out today! At the first-ever London Spirits Competition, which took place in London on March 8-9, Tomintoul 16 Year Old won a Gold medal, which is the ultimate seal of approval in the global spirits industry. In order to receive this distinction, it needed to score highly in three different categories: Quality, Value and Packaging.  There was also Silver Medals for Tomintoul Tlath and Peaty Tang.


    In contrast to other spirits competitions, where distilling ability and technical expertise sometimes receive primary consideration at the expense of drinkability, the goal of the London Spirits Competition was to award and celebrate the spirits that spirits drinkers actually want to buy, whether at a retail store or ordering off the menu at a London restaurant.