Tomintoul WhiskyTomintoul Whisky Distillery was founded in 1964. With the addition of two extra stills in 1974, the bottling of Tomintoul Single Malt Whisky began. The Tomintoul Whisky Distillery produces a peated malt, and a vintage malt. The distillery is now owned and operated by Angus Dundee Distillers, which also owns the Glencadam Distillery.Tomintoul has two wash and two spirit stills, which are all steam heated, and have a total capacity of producing 3,300,000 litres of pure alcohol per year. It uses six stainless steel washbacks, 3 larger and 3 smaller. The water it uses for its whisky comes from the Ballantruan source. Cooling water is drawn from two nearby ponds. In 2009 Tomintoul Whisky entered the Guinness Book of Records by producing the largest bottle of whisky in the world, containing 105.3 litres of 14 year old Tomintoul Malt Whisky.
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