The Tomatin Distillery, has today announced the launch of a new four part limited release series of single malt Scotch whiskies.
The Tomatin French Collection, which is said to be a series of exceptional whiskies exhibiting the unique influence imparted by different French wine and spirits casks, was created using whisky distilled in 2008, and finished in a combination of Monbazillac, Sauternes, Rivesaltes and Cognac casks.
|The Tomatin French Collection|
The first three releases in The Tomatin French Collection, are comprised of The Monbazillac Edition, The Sauternes Edition and The Rivesaltes Edition, all of which have been bottled at 46% ABV. The fourth Cognac Edition, will launch later this year.
To celebrate the launch of The French Collection and to complement the whisky, an immersive four-part content series comprised of visuals and an innovative soundboard using ambisonics, has been launched on the Tomatin website.
Commenting on the news, Graham Eunson, Master Distiller at Tomatin. said: “The French Collection is a great example of Tomatin’s dedication to craft and excellence, with each expression showcasing how respective finishing cask affects the original spirit – a concept Tomatin championed in the Cuatro series released in 2014, which was very well received. We have produced four remarkable expressions which will appeal to not only whisky enthusiasts and collectors alike, but also a wider audience. On top of this, we are also very excited for consumers to be able to experience each expression with the ambisonic content series launched today.”
The first three bottlings in the new Tomatin French Collection, are now available from the distillery’s website, for a RRP of £65.00 each.
Posted by Steve Rush