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Tomatin unveils Cù Bòcan 2003 and 1990 vintages

Highland distillery Tomatin has added two limited edition single malt vintages to its Cù Bòcan Scotch whisky range, one dating back to 2003 and the other to 1990.

Cù Bòcan 2003 and 1990 vintages are available globally in limited quantities

The 2003 Cù Bòcan, aged 15 years, has been matured in peated Islay ex-Sherrry butts and bottled at 46% abv.

The expression is said to have coastal peat smoke notes, combined with winter spices and orchard fruits. It is available in limited quantities globally at an RRP of £85 (US$110).

Cù Bòcan 1990 was distilled on 17 October 1990 and has been aged in peated Islay ex-Bourbon barrels before being bottled at 52.9% abv.

Only 1,400 bottles have been released globally, priced at RRP £230 (US$300).

Lorraine Waddell, brand manager, said: “As the Cù Bòcan brand continues to grow – sales have grown 15% year to date on the 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.”

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