Tomatin WhiskyTomatin Whisky Distillery was built in 1897 in the village of Tomatin, south of Inverness. The Tomatin Whisky Distillery operated with two stills until 1958 where-after stills were added to increase capacity, eventually reaching production of 12 million litres of whisky per year during the late 1970's. In 1987 Tomatin Whisky Distillery was referred to as "the largest malt distillery in Scotland". Stills have been dismantled since the mid 1980's, bringing the total annual capacity down to just over five million litres. Around eighty percent of Tomatin's whisky goes into blended whisky, including its own brands of Antiquary and Talisman. The distillery, as of late, has been making an effort to bolster its name as a producer of single malts and is expanding its core range. In 2003, Tomatin's basic 10-year-old malt was replaced by the 12-year-old. Other limited releases are often made, including a 32 year, a 40-year and single-cask offerings.