“We are aware that it is very easy to make statements about supporting sustainability and having a care for the environment but it’s actions that really count. This substantial investment in the work of Highland Tourism demonstrates our real commitment to a number of goals. They include working along 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 through conservation and sustainable practices to enhance the ecosystem resilience.
“We have watched the rapid growth of Highland Tourism and believe their goals for the sector, the region, and world-class sustainable status will bring many benefits for the economy and the environment which we are glad to support.”
Stephen Bremner, Managing Director at The Tomatin Distillery.
Once the biggest distillery in Scotland, the company was capable of producing 12 million litres every year. Now the distillery produces just over 2 million with a focus on quality over quantity. The distillery offers a portfolio of single malt and blended whiskies including the Tomatin single malt, Cù Bòcan single malt, The Antiquary premium blended whisky. The company has gone from strength to strength and their whiskies are now sold in over 60 export markets.