Established in 1897, Tomatin (to rhyme with satin) is also one of the highest distilleries in Scotland at 315 metres above sea level.
The soft waters of the Alt-na-Frith (Free Burn) which run clear and pure through the Monadhliath Mountains help to create a Highland Malt with delicate flavours, yet a rich and mellow style. Its undoubted quality and consistency make for a truly fine dram; a proud testimony to the art of distilling.
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Address: 4 Distillery Cottages Tomatin Highland IV13 7YT United Kingdom
Tomatin Single Malt
The Legacy Tour
Explore our distillery and learn how we produce our award winning whiskies. You will learn about the unique legacy of Tomatin which, having started in 1897, is the driving force for the company today. Finish up with three of our Tomatin Single Malts, each revealing why we are the ‘softer side of the Highlands’.
Over 18s £10, under 18s £4
Allow at least one hour fifteen minutes
Taste of Tomatin Tour
An enhanced Tomatin experience with a distillery tour followed by a tutored nosing and tasting of 6 different whiskies from our core range.
Over 18s only: £25
Allow about two hours
Booking is essential
Single Cask Experience
Understand the importance of cask selection with an in-depth distillery and warehouse tour concluding with a tutored nosing and tasting of 5 different distillery exclusive single cask expressions. Please enquire at the Visitor Centre to find out which casks are on offer.
Over 18s only: £40
Allow about two and a half hours
Booking is essential
Booking in advance is highly recommended to guarantee your place on a tour.
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