Phillips Distilling Co.'s Tomatin Named Best Scotch

05/12/2017 by

Phillips Distilling Co. is thrilled to announce that Tomatin's 36-Year-Old Single Malt has been named "Best Scotch" at this year's San Francisco World Spirits Competition, one of the most respected and influential spirits competition in the world. A panel comprised of industry experts recognized the 36-Year-Old whiskey with Double Gold, "Best Distillers' Single Malt Scotch 20 Years and Older," "Best Single Malt Scotch," culminating with the award for "Best Scotch" at this year's competition.

"We take great pride in our entire portfolio of high-quality brands," said Mike Duggan, CEO at Phillips Distilling Co.  "For Tomatin to be recognized at such a prestigious competition is a powerful statement on the quality and expertise of the Tomatin family of brands.  Phillip's Distilling Co. is honored to be a partner of theirs in North America."

The awards did not stop with the 36-year-old, Tomatin was awarded 14 medals in total at this year's competition, including Gold medals for the 12 year old, 18 year old, and 1988 Vintage.  In addition to this year's World Spirit Award wins, Tomatin recently won Distiller of the Year 2016 and Brand Innovator of the Year 2017 at the world-renowned Icons of Whisky Scotland Awards.

Stephen Bremner, Tomatin's Sales Director, said, "We are delighted that our drive and dedication to become one of the best whisky distillers in the world has been recognized by these prestigious awards. This is unquestionably one of the distilling world's highest honors and marks another exciting milestone for Tomatin."

Stemming from the success that Tomatin has experienced in North America, Phillips Distilling Co. will be tripling its allocation of Tomatin 36-Year-Old Single Malt. This rare item will be limited in availability nationwide with a suggested retail price of $1000 USD.