Cù Bòcan Highland Single Malt has been awarded with “Best Whisky” at the prestigious Highlands and Islands Food and Drink Awards, now in its 17th year. Following a successful re-brand in 2019, the brand has grown from strength to strength. 2021 saw a fantastic period of recovery following on from the pandemic and that success has continued into 2022. Earlier this year we released two new whiskies in our Creation series, Creation #3 and Creation #4, and more recently we released our first age stated whisky – Cù Bòcan 15 Year Old.

Sustainable practices such as reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing the use of non-fossil fuels are the cornerstones of the Tomatin Distillery and Scotch Whisky Industry’s efforts to make manufacturing more sustainable and support a low carbon economy. Earlier this year Tomatin Distillery invested in a partnership with Highland Tourism, promoting sustainable tourism in the Highlands. We’re working with fellow members of the Scotch Whisky Association towards achieving the ambitious target, for the industry, of being carbon net zero by 2045 as well as supporting our key responsibility to our local community by protecting the local environment.

The accolade of “Best Whisky” proves that our commitment to quality, taste and sustainability has been recognised and we’re delighted with the win. We have exciting plans for the future and look forward to opening up the world of lightly peated whisky with Cù Bòcan single malt.

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