Tomatin Release 1972 the second exclusive from the Warehouse 6 range.

Press release from Tomatin distillery. 

  In the heart of the distillery grounds lies Warehouse 6…

With patience comes reward.
Introducing the second exclusive release from the long awaited
Warehouse 6 Collection: 
1972

In the heart of the distillery grounds there is a quiet corner. In these sacred surrounds sits our traditional dunnage warehouse. Within, our most treasured casks. These exclusive casks enjoy a magnificent atmosphere, laid low on antique wooden rails above cool earthen floor and stacked single level – unencumbered – so our warehousemen may keep vigil on the gently maturing spirit. At Tomatin’s very core, Warehouse 6, is a truly special place.

Cask numbers 23404, 23405 and 23406 have been lying peacefully in Warehouse 6 since being filled on November 20, 1972, gently and slowly maturing the precious spirit within. Over time – indeed over four decades of watchful waiting by the casks’ custodians – the spirit has given way to the angels who have claimed more than their fair share..

Having waited patiently for the perfect moment to catch this spirit in its prime, our distillery men have captured the heart of the distillery in this bottling. In perfect harmony, aromas of autumn fruits, golden syrup and bursts of summer meadow wildflowers meet soft flavours
of sweet almond, brown sugar, coffee and winter spices before a full, oily finish.

The originality of the extraordinary case lies in the unique opening mechanism, which involves pressing two rose gold metal buttons on the sides. Inside, the podium base holds the hand-blown Glencairn Crystal decanter and glasses decorated with solid copper bands, a solid copper stopper and a numbered certificate detailing the story of the whisky. Stitched and debossed details on the leather wrap add to the elegant feel. Protected in a secure material bag for transit and delivery, this product offers the buyer the ultimate in luxury.

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