UK: Tomatin Distillery rolls out limited editions
The Tomatin Distillery Company in The Highlands is adding two limited edition vintage bottlings to its whisky portfolio.
The Tomatin Single Highland Malt 30 Years Old and 40 Years Old are limited worldwide to 1,500 bottles of the 30 Years Old and 1,614 bottles of the 40 Years Old.
UK recommended retail prices per bottle start at GBP180 (US$359) for the 30 Years Old and GBP450 for the 40 Years Old, reflecting their rarity.
The new bottlings join the existing range, which includes the Single Malt 12 Years Old, 18 Years Old and 25 Years Old.
New Tomatin branding will be introduced throughout the range in early 2009.
Stephen Bremner, marketing and sales manager for Tomatin Distillery said: "We expect the new bottlings to be extremely popular with whisky enthusiasts in the UK and internationally."
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