A TINY Scotch whisky distillery has made the Guinness Book of Records after producing the world’s largest bottle of whisky.
The massive bottle of single malt was filled by hand with105 litres of 14-year-old Tomintoul Speyside Glenlivet Scotch.
And when full, the giant five foot container holds the equivalent of 150 standard bottles.
The monster whisky bottle, which will be on permanent display at the Clockhouse in the village square at Tomintoul village, was the brainchild of the Tomintoul distillery and a local whisky shop.
And after filling the gigantic bottle, the huge cork had to hammered into place with a massive mallet.
Duncan Baldwin, Tomintoul Distillery’s brand development director, said: “We are delighted to have been successful in achieving this record as ratified by Guinness Book of World Records.
“It was quite nerve-racking, filling and labelling such a large vessel by hand and especially so when sealing the bottle with the largest cork I have ever seen as it had to be hammered in with a mallet but the exercise went very well.
“It should be a great talking point for Tomintoul Distillery, the village and its visitors.”