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Tullibardine Distillery was built in 1949 on site of a brewery. Invergordon Distillers acquired it in 1973 and increased the number of stills to four. Twenty years later Whyte & Mackay took over Invergordon’s operations and Tullibardine malt became important component of Whyte & Mackay blends. In the 20th Century Tullibardine single malt didn’t gain wide recognition, most of the distillery output was used for blending. Picard Vins & Spiritueux, which took over the distillery in 2011 completely revamped the product range and introduced several new expressions. Tullibardine 1976 is a unique single cask bottling from May, 2011. The whisky spent 35 years in ex-sherry hogshead no. 3161 and was bottled at natural strength of 50.2% abv with an outrun of 226 bottles.
Nose: lots of fruits, dried and fresh, prunes, apricots, mango, cantaloupe, vanilla, honey, nougat, milk chocolate and touches of licorice and nutmeg.
Palate: rich and fruity, mango, papaya, bananas, oranges, prunes, honey, vanilla, hazelnuts, pepper, cinnamon, touch of cloves and delicate oaky notes.
Finish: long and fruity with spicy tang, tropical fruits, plums, cinnamon and oak.