The Tomatin distillery, south of Inverness in Scotland launched its Cù Bòcan whisky last year, which became hugely popular. It has now released a limited edition range known as the Cù Bòcan 1989, where only 1080 bottles are available. This range has been aged for 25 years and matured in bourbon casks.
There is a strong taste of smoke and floral heather notes, complemented by a range of fresh fruits that include orange, grapefruit, blackberry and blueberry. There are also tinges of ginger and spice. They all combine to give drinkers a very smooth with a long lasting earthy but sweet smoke. The aesthetics of black bottle with gold script showcases why it believes it is one of the best tasting whiskies available on the market. We understand that whisky lovers aren’t the notable risk takers when it comes to the bar, but for a unique taste, try some Cù Bòcan.