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In 1993 Whyte & Mackay took over the entire portfolio of Invergordon Distillers including Tullibardine. The most important part of the deal was Invergordon grain distillery and malt distilleries included in contract, Bruichladdich, Tomintoul and Tullibardine overloaded the company capacity. The latter was mothballed almost immediately and didn’t distill for almost a decade. Group of private investors bought the distillery in 2003 and brought it back into production. Tullibardine Aged Oak was introduced in the early 2009 and comprised whisky distilled after reopening, aged for at least 5 years old in first fill ex-bourbon barrels. In 2013 Aged Oak edition was replaced with Tullibardine Sovereign.
Nose: malty and slightly spirity with notes of porridge, apples, lemon peel, vanilla, honey and candle wax.
Palate: fresh, malty and spirity, toasted bread, vanilla, honey, sweetened lemon juice, green apples and gooseberries and dash of pepper.
Finish: not too long, spirity, with notes of malt, vanilla and hints of oak and spice.