Tullibardine Scotch whisky distillery nestles at the foot of the Ochil Hills in Perthshire, where the Highlands of Scotland begin. These hills are renowned for the crystal purity of their spring water.
The Distillery draws its water from the Danny Burn the same source which fed the first public brewery in Scotland and from where King James IV purchased beer to celebrate his coronation in 1488.
The distillery was opened in 1949 on the site of a former brewery. It was designed by the architect of the Jura and Glenallachie distilleries, William Delme-Evans.
Invergordon bought the distillery in 1971; they carried out a rebuild in 1973 with another pair if stills added to the original pair.
The distillery passed to Whtye & Mackay in 1993 and two years later in 1995 it was mothballed.
Eight years later in June 2003, it was purchased by a business consortium and by December of that year it was back in production.
Tullibardine Whisky Tasting Notes
Nose : Fresh, citric, malty
Palate : Medium bodied. Creamy vanilla, complex fruit and nuts,
a touch of spice
Finish : Long, smooth and fruity.
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