TOBERMORY Distillery is has been revived with the release of a new 12 year old single malt expression.
The Isle of Mull distillery’s latest release, Tobermory 12 Year Old, is said to take inspiration from the art and scenery of the Hebridean island, with flavour notes for the dram describing it has having a “colourful palette of vibrant fruit and spice.”
Tobermory 12 Year Old was matured on the Isle of Mull in American oak casks and bottled at 46.3%. The single malt has an RRP of £46.
Kirsty McCallum, senior blender at Tobermory Distillery said: “The Isle of Mull is an idyllic place for whisky distillation and the Tobermory 12 Year Old echoes the rich character of our Hebridean home.
“Using non-peated barley and water from the distillery’s private source, the whisky delivers sweet and spicy notes on the palate and perfectly complements Tobermory’s passion for art in nature.”
The distiller also announced that it will release its first gin in time for the summer.