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tomatine

[′täm·ə‚tēn]
(organic chemistry)
C50H83NO21 A glycosidal alkaloid obtained from the leaves and stems from the tomato plant; the crude extract is known as tomatin: white, toxic crystals; used as a plant fungicide and as a precipitating agent for cholesterol.
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"I would also like to acknowledge the continuing support of Tomatin Distillery.
Among these is the family-run Benromach Distillery near Forres, as well as the Tomatin and Dalwhinnie distilleries.
It includes a range of terraced and detached house types from The Tomatin, a beautiful twobedroom mid-terrace property, to The Cardhu, an exquisite fourbedroom detached home.
Clynelish, Balblair, Glenmorangie,The Dalmore, Glen Ord and Tomatin are the remaining distilleries taking part this week, as the festival continues.
From May 10-17, eight distilleries - Balblair, Clynelish, Glenmorangie, Old Pulteney, The Dalmore, The Singleton of Glen Ord, Tomatin and Wolfburn - on the route will offer tastings, tours and events such as dinners with whisky pairings and cocktail masterclasses.
It will include a range of terraced and detached house types from "The Tomatin", a beautiful twobedroom mid-terrace property, to "The Cardhu", an exquisite four-bedroom de tached home.
4 TOMATIN LEGACY BOURBON & VIRGIN OAK HIGHLAND SINGLE MALT, 70CL, PS26.85, THE WHISKY EXCHANGE LIGHT and delicate, smooth and silky, this glorious expression is aged in a combination of virgin and bourbon oak casks, and a great choice if you want to hold the haggis and serve a Scottish tapas menu of bite-size salmon fish cakes and Scotch eggs.
As they competitors finished, they were handed a unique goodie bag filled with a collection of whisky miniatures from Glenfarclas, Tamdhu, Tomatin and Glenfiddich, Monkey Shoulder and shortbread from local company Walkers.
Whisky distillers such as Tomatin - named Exporter of the Year award at the 2015 Highland Business awards - also continue to do well.
Party leader Nick Clegg, who joined Mr Alexander on a visit to the Tomatin whisky distillery, has said the party with the most votes and seats after the election should be given the "time and space" to try to form a government.