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The Tullibardine distillery was built in 1949 in the mid-Highlands, on the site of probably the oldest beer brewery in Scotland. We don't have the space here to mention all owner changes, name changes and changes in production capacity since that year. In any case, this single malt whisky distillery has been running at full speed since 2008. From that year onwards, the company started to focus more on 'finishing' their whisky.
From 2008 on, the Tullibardine Distillery is running at full speed and they are releasing a lot of distillery bottlings. This bottle is from before that time. The 10 year old single malt whisky is bottled at 40% in a bottle of different design and volume.
Highland distillery Tullibardine provides quite a few single malt whisky bottoms itself. The brand has relatively few independent bottlings. This one from bottler Berry Bros & Rudd is one of them. The whisky is 26 years old and bottled at cask strength.
A pleasant drinkable single malt whisky that despite its 24 years is not very complex, but has a really own character in the nose. Claxton bottled this on bourbon matured Tullibardine on cask strength. That yielded 273 bottles.
This Maltbarn bottled Tullibardine single malt whisky is 24 years old. This Highlander is aged on a bourbon barrel. The German bottler Maltbarn is not the cheapest, but always guarantees quality. That applies here too!
Bottler North Star Spirits, that started in Glasgow in 2016, has already released dozens of bottlings. This Tullibardine single malt whisky is one of the older ones at the age of 24. Bottled at casks strength (51.6%). Makes one curious!
A good bottle to get acquainted with the single malt whisky from Highland distillery Tullibardine. This single malt matured for 10 years in two bourbon casks before it was bottled by Signatory Vintage in the series The Un-Chillfiltered Collection.
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