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Tullibardine Artisan Scotch
Tullibardine Artisan Scotch

Tullibardine Artisan Scotch

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Tullibardine Artisan Scotch Featuring a complex variety of fragrances, this whisky opens with grassy tones and hints of vanilla and fudge, which give way to floral and fruity aromas after a few minutes of aeration. The whisky is rich and creamy with notes of sweet barley and vanilla, as well as pear drops, milk chocolate, and soft spice. The non-chill filtration keeps the malt lingering on the palate, providing length and depth. The history of Tullibardine as a location for being and is one of the oldest in Scotland, dating back to the 15th Century. The story begins in 1488, when young King James, IV of Scotland, stopped by before his coronation to purchase beer from the local brewery. This brewery was known for producing fine beer as a result of the local water source. By 1503, the King had granted them a Royal Charter. It was in 1947 that William Delme-Evans began converting this original brewery into the Tullibardine Distillery. Upon testing the water from the nearby springs, Delme-Evans knew he had found the perfect location for distilling whisky.
Item Number: Tullibardine Artisan Scotch
Availability: In Stock 6
Size: 750ML

Tullibardine Artisan Scotch

Featuring a complex variety of fragrances, this whisky opens with grassy tones and hints of vanilla and fudge, which give way to floral and fruity aromas after a few minutes of aeration. The whisky is rich and creamy with notes of sweet barley and vanilla, as well as pear drops, milk chocolate, and soft spice. The non-chill filtration keeps the malt lingering on the palate, providing length and depth.

The history of Tullibardine as a location for being and is one of the oldest in Scotland, dating back to the 15th Century. The story begins in 1488, when young King James, IV of Scotland, stopped by before his coronation to purchase beer from the local brewery. This brewery was known for producing fine beer as a result of the local water source. By 1503, the King had granted them a Royal Charter. It was in 1947 that William Delme-Evans began converting this original brewery into the Tullibardine Distillery. Upon testing the water from the nearby springs, Delme-Evans knew he had found the perfect location for distilling whisky.


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