Tullibardine 500 Sherry Cask Finish

Tullibardine 500 Sherry Cask Finish

(0.7l, 43%)

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There’s just something special about a Sherry finished Highland single malt.
If we set out to find the oldest brewing and distilling spot in Scotland, Tullibardine would definitely be in the running. Back in the 15th century, King James IV — a young, strapping man — stopped in to the local brewery here on the way to his coronation. The old brewery was transformed into a distillery back in 1946 and has become a solid maker of single malt Whisky. They produce their signature Whisky, several finished "double-wood" Whiskies, and some older limited editions.

Tullibardine has a unique naming system for their finished wood Scotch Whiskies. They call their standard single malt “Sovereign” and is a marriage of young and older Whiskies. The finished wood products are aged one more year in various barrel types and named for the size of the finishing barrel. Tullibardine 500 Sherry Finish is so-called because the Sherry casks are traditionally 500 liters in size. And if you don’t mind us saying, there’s just something special about a Sherry finished Highland single malt.

Smartass Corner
The name Tullibardine means "vantage point" in Gaelic and originates from the name given to a little medieval chapel on a hill near the distillery that dates back to 1446.

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  • Style
    Single Malt Whisky
  • Region
    Highland Whisky
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Whisky or Whiskey? The spelling differs geographically. In Scotland and some other parts of the world distilleries usually spell it Whisky; in Ireland and USA they spell it Whiskey.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Burnished bronze

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Toffee, granola, apples, and figs

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Dates and salted toffee with luscious spiced pear

Smooth and delicate
Ratings & Reviews
Very Nice
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