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Tullibardine

Vendor: Signatory Vintage

Tullibardine 2015-2023 | 8 Year Old Signatory Vintage | 100 Proof Edition 2

$48.50
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Vendor: Aceo Spirits

Tullibardine Sherry Finish | Murray McDavid Cask Craft

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Vendor: Douglas Laing

Tullibardine 2012-2023 | 10 Year Old | Provenance Single Cask DL17233

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Vendor: Duncan Taylor

Tullibardine 2013-2021 | 8 Year Old | Duncan Taylor Octave Cask 10530304

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Vendor: Hannah Whisky Merchants

Tullibardine 2006-2021 | 14 Year Old | Lady Of The Glen Cask 618

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Tullibardine 10 Year Old

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Tullibardine 25 Year Old

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Tullibardine 20 Year Old

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Tullibardine 500 Sherry Finish

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Tullibardine 228 Burgundy Finish

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Tullibardine Sovereign

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Tullibardine 1993 Connoisseurs Choice

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Tullibardine 1966 | Cask 1112

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Tullibardine

Tullibardine (pronounced: tul-ee-BAR-deen) is a distillery that has only recently penetrated drinkers consciousnesses. This is due to the change of ownership in 2003 and the subsequent renewed effort to promote it as a single malt. Before this it was just another largely unknown blending beast owned by Whyte & MacKay. Since the new ownership has taken over they have worked hard to bring the distillery back up to full capacity and simultaneously expand the range. While they have released some fine bottlings, we all look forward to the day when the new spirit they have produced themselves come of age.

Founded: 1949 Stills: 2 Wash 2 Spirit Water Source: Ochil Hills and Danny Burn Capacity: 2.7 Million Litres Owners:

Tullibardine Distillery Ltd 1960s-Present: Oily, Fruity, Toasty and Cereal Tullibardine was expanded with a second pair of stills in 1971 and this no doubt altered the distillate slightly but it is very difficult to examine such things form a distillery with such a sporadic output.

Some of the finest Tullibardine bottlings are official, sherry cask ones from the late sixties. Bottlings like the single cask 1966 were dark, fulsome drams, full of sherry characters like balsamico, spice, dates, almonds, smoky bacon and dark stewed fruits. They were largely fantastic but fairly divorced from the naked distillate character of Tullibaridine.

Official and independent bottlings out of refill wood have been fairly prevalent in recent years and have shown Tullibardine to be an oily, herbaceous, caramel and garden fruit-driven malt. Likewise, the new owners have chosen to use extensive finishing, like Bruichladdich and Edradour, as a means to mask some of the imperfections in the old stock they inherited from Whyte & MacKay. This all brings us back to the future of Tullibardine.

It is undeniably a fine distillate but probably needs time for the new owner's stock to mature to its full potential before any serious judgment can be carried out. Here's to the future

Tullibardine