Whisky Catalog by Alternative Whisky Academy

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BigT aka Big-T

Big T - Scotch blended deluxe whisky





Location : Over 1000 feet up in the Monadhliath mountains
The distillery is situated on the A9, the main road between Aviemore and Inverness, 16 miles south of Inverness.
Region : Inverness-shire, Northern Highlands, Speyside (Findhorn).
Country : Scotland
Type : Blend and De luxe blend
Distillery :  Tomatin Distillery Company Limited, The
Inverness-shire IV13 7YT
Manager: T. R. McCulloch
Visitors are welcome between 09.00 - 16.30 (Last tour 15.30) Monday to Friday, all year
From 09.00 to 13.00 Saturday , May to October (Last tour starts at 12.00).
Large parties must book in advance.
Phone (Vistor center) : 01808 511444.
Fax : 01808 511373
Phone : 01808 511234
Founded : Founded in 1897 by a group of Inverness businessmen, declined in the 1980s and went into receivership.
Owner : Takara Shuzo Co und Okura & Co Ltd, Japan
Producer : Tomatin Distillery Company Ltd.
Water : Monadhliath mountains
The distillery obtains its water supply from Alt-na-frith a local burn (the free stream or creek), which flows through peat and over red granite. Some claim this is ideal water for distilling whisky.
Remark :


Big-T comes from The Tomatin Distillery Compagny. The Tomatin Distillery Compagny's premise is not only one of the highest in the country, it is also the largest capacity distillery in the country, with production as high as 5 million gallons per annum. (More than 12 million litres of alcohol)
The company declined in the 1980s and went into receivership, but was bought by the Japanese firms of Takara Schuzo and Okura, thus becoming the first Scotch whisky distillery to be acquired by Japanese owners.

Founded in 1897, the distillery boasts 23 stills. It draws its water from Allt-na-Frithe burn, and at 1,028 feet above sea-level is one of Scotland's highest distilleries.
From the Gaelic, Tomatin means "the hill of the bushes".


Big "T"
Standard Blend.
Sorry no picture.  
Age : ? years old.
Vol : 40%
Price ?
Remark : None at present time.

Big "T"
De luxe
Sorry no picture.  
Age : 12 years old.
Vol : 43%
Price ?
Remark : None at present time.

Big "T"
Gold Label
Sorry no picture.  
Age : ? years old.
Vol : ?%
Price ?
Remark : Standard Blend
Only available in Export Markets.

Big "T"
Black Label
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Age : ? years old.
Vol : ?%
Price ?
Remark : Standard blend.
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