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In 2011 French company Picard Vins & Spiritueux acquired Tullibardine Distillery from a group of private investors, who had brought the distillery back into production in 2003 after it had been mothballed for 10 years. Picard’s first foray into Scotch whisky came with the acquisition of the Highland Queen and Muirhead’s brands from Glenmorangie in 2008. In 2013 the French completely revamped the Tullibardine range introducing number of new expressions. At the high end of the new releases was a Tullibardine 25 year old, a wonderful whisky aged for at least a quarter of a Century in ex-sherry hogsheads. It is bottled at 43% abv and presented in elegant case.
Nose: rich and elegant, toffee, honey, vanilla, bitter chocolate, candied orange peel, plums, dried apricots, almonds and traces of candle wax.
Palate: smooth with lots of sherry characteristics, oranges, raisins, baked apples, honey roasted nuts, dashes of cinnamon and pepper and very little oak.
Finish: long, equally fruity as spicy, prunes, raisins, pepper, nutmeg and hints of sherried oak.