Tullibardine distillery lies at the foot of the Ochil Hills of Perthshire, on the same site as Scotland's first public brewery, whose origins date back to the 12th century. The soft, pure water from these hills was used in the brewing of the ale and today this water is one of the key ingredients in the distillation of Tullibardine single malt scotch whisky. Matured for a minimum of 25 years in ex-sherry hogsheads. Bottled at 43.0% ABV.
Nose offers rich notes of spice and manuka honey, hints of cooked fruit, toasted oak and malt loaf.
Thick, creamy palate entry with notes of bitter orange marmalade, kiwi fruit, custard apples, baking spice and oak.
Long finish with banana and strawberry jam.
A deliciously rich, creamy dram.