Tomatin 1962 Jack Wiebers 42 Year Old / Auld Distillers Collection
This was bottled by Lars-Goran Wiebers, aka "Jack." He is the proprietor of the renowned Jack Wiebers Whisky World retailer in Germany, and has also released a number of respected independent bottlings under labels such as the Old Train Line, Gentle Noses, The Cross Hill, and Auld Distillers Alliance.
Released as part of the Auld Distillers Collection, this Tomatin is one of 73 bottles.
Tomatin was once the largest distillery in Scotland, with an expansion in 1976 bringing its still count to a whopping 23 (with a capacity for 10 million litres). An over-stretch at the time, it was forced into liquidation in 1985, never having run at full capacity. The following year it became Scotland's first ever Japanese-owned distillery after it was saved by a consortium of long-term customers. Nowadays it provides the heart to the popular Antiquary blend in addition to continuing to produce a highly regarded single malt.
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Please note: Due to the various ages of bottles and their seals, condition of liquid is at the buyer's discretion and no claim can be lodged against failure/leakage in transit.