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Cù Bòcan adds two limited editions to range

Tomatin Distillery has announced the release of two new Cù Bòcan limited edition single malts – a 2003 and 1990 vintage.

The 2003 vintage limited edition Cù Bòcan (aged 15 years) has been bottled at a strength of 46% ABV and sits alongside the standard edition. It has been matured in peated Islay ex-Sherry butts.

The 1990 vintage release was distilled on 17 October 1990 and has been matured in peated Islay ex-Bourbon barrels. The final creation has an ABV of 52.9%. Only 1,400 bottles of this whisky are available worldwide.

These latest releases follow previous limited editions including the 2006 vintage in 2017, the 1988 and 2005 vintages in 2016, the Virgin Oak, Sherry and Bourbon expressions in 2015 and the 1989 vintage in 2014.

Lorraine Waddell, brand manager, comments: “As the Cù Bòcan brand continues to grow – sales have grown 15 per cent year to date on last year – our followers have been eagerly awaiting news of the next limited editions to complement the standard edition, which is available all year round.”

The 2003 vintage is currently being rolled out worldwide and is expected to retail at £85.00 and the 1990 at £230.00.

15 September 2018 - Sam Coyne The Drinks Report, news editor