Tormore Scotch whisky distillery was constructed by Long John Distillers in 1958 during the post war whisky boom. The distillery was the first completely new malt distillery to be built in the Highlands in the 20th century, and was obviously intended as a showpiece
The architect, Sir Albert Richardson a past president of the Royal Academy, succeeded in creating a main building that was different from the classic Highland distillery yet avoided the visual nuisance of the concrete and glass boxes that the rebuilt distilleries were becoming.
Tormore Whisky Tasting Notes
Nose : Light and delicate. Heather, honey, vanilla, nuts.
Palate : Smooth and sweet. Buttery, malty, raisin toffee.
Finish : A light rounded soft finish
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