Tullibardine

Tullibardine whisky distillery was founded in 1949 on the site of an old brewery, one which was said to have brewed ale for King James IV’s coronation back in 1488. The brewery itself dated back to the 12th century so it's fair to say that the site has had an incredibly long brewing and distilling history.

Named for Tullibardine Moor, the distillery draws its water from the Danny Burn and lies to the south-west of Blackford. The area is renowned for the purity of its water, indeed Highland Spring is bottled locally. Queen Helen, the wife of King Magnus of Alba, drowned in a ford after falling from her horse not far from the town and Blackford was named accordingly.

Following purchase by Invergordon in 1971, Tullibardine’s stills capacity was increased from two to four. Two decades later, Invergordon was acquired by Whyte and Mackay and a year later the whisky distillery was shut down. In December of 2003, the distillery was put back into production following the June acquisition of Tullibardine for the sum of £1.1 million. A year later a café and shop were opened at the Tullibardine distillery, which today has a capacity of 2.5 million litres per annum.

Tullibardine 1988 Vintage Edition 46.00% 70cl
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Tullibardine 1964 40 Year Old 44.60% 70cl
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Tullibardine 1966 40 Year Old World Cup 1966 Edition 48.00% 70cl £1,800.00 GBP
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Tullibardine 1966 36 Year Old 'Raw Cask' Blackadder 52.10% 70cl £1,100.00 GBP
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Tullibardine 10 Year Old 40.00% 70cl £175.00 GBP
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Tullibardine 1966 35 Year Old Adelphi 54.60% 75cl £1,100.00 GBP
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