Second Edition of Tomintoul 40-year-old set for limited release


Tomintoul Single Malt Scotch Whisky has announced the limited release of an exclusive Second Edition of its 40-year-old expression, with only 165 individually numbered bottles available globally.

The rich and complex single malt has matured for over 40 years in hand-selected American oak ex-bourbon hogshead casks, before being bottled at a cask strength of 43.1% ABV, natural colour and non-chill filtered. The decanter is presented in a bespoke wooden box, featuring a twin door opening, complete with cushioned padding and space for a crystal glass stopper and certificate of authenticity.

Master Distiller Robert Fleming, who personally selected the whisky to create the Tomintoul Aged 40 Years Old Second Edition Single Malt Scotch Whisky, said, “As one of just a few single malt Scotch whiskies still lovingly produced by hand, we take great pride in our Tomintoul expressions, using traditional techniques that stretch back hundreds of years.

“Having carefully checked each remaining cask resting from this time period, we were able to select the perfect Scotch to create this rare second release.

“A delicate but disarmingly complex expression, the 40-year-old’s prestige is matched in the presentation, beautifully bestowed hand-crafted crystal decanters.”

The limited release of Tomintoul Aged 40 Years Second Edition is available to purchase now from select independent and specialist retailers in the UK, as well as Tomintoul’s online shop at an RRP of £4,000 per 70cl bottle.


Category: Whisky
Tags: 40-year-old expression, Robert Fleming, Tomintoul Single Malt Scotch Whisky