Tobermory Distillery has added Tobermory 23 Year Old Oroloso Cask Finish to its core malt range.
The deep-gold sherried single malt marks the return of the distillery’s popular 15-year-old eight years later to the core range, after spending more time resting in the finest Oloroso casks at the artisan distillery.
To commemorate its time on the Isle of Mull, the distillery has collaborated with another of the island’s long-standing stalwarts, Mull Silver and Goldsmith, on a one-of-a-kind sterling silver and gold quaich which will be auctioned alongside the new bottle in the coming months.
Funds raised from the auction will go to Scottish hospitality charity The BEN.
“Our team at the distillery have been working hard for many years on the return of this old friend, and we’re incredibly proud to be introducing whisky drinkers around the world this exciting addition to the core range,” commented Julieann Fernandez, Master Blender at Tobermory Distillery.
“Absence certainly makes the heart grow fonder and the extra years have been spent well, as our whisky has continued to mature into the new sherried expression.”
The Tobermory 23 Year Old Oroloso Cask Finish (46.3% ABV, RSP £320) joins the Tobermory 12 Year Old, Ledaig 10 Year Old and Ledaig 18 Year Old in the distillery’s core range of malts.