Whisky Tullibardine 1973, gift box, 700 ml
Reviews of purchase Tullibardine 1973, gift box, 700 ml
Whiskey light golden color.
The taste of whiskey soft and light. There are notes, fresh hay and flowers, hints of caramel and sugar, barley, honey. The finish is dry, medium oak notes.
In a well-balanced flavor of whiskey felt a hint of vanilla, acacia honey and comb honey, sugar and toasted barley, freshly cut grass, parsley and sage.
Whiskey is recommended to use a snack before dinner, as well as a standalone drink.
Tullibardine factory is located in the village of Blackford in Perthshire. It was renovated from an old brewery in Scotland, built in the XII century, and supply beer to the royal court. In 1947 valliyets William Delme Evans bought a defunct brewery, and in 1949 they released their first temples. Old factory had a very convenient location - next to it flowed a spring with crystal clear water from the hills Ochayl, which is now used in the manufacture of whiskey Tullibardine. Throughout its history, the plant changed owners several times and even been preserved from 1995 to 2003. In June 2003, Tullibardine was purchased together with the existing stock of whiskey warehouses Tallibardin. In December 2003, the plant again, after nine years of silence, launched boilers. During the re-commissioning process, care was taken to maintain the old, traditional methods of production. Thus on the new equipment of the plant, increased number of distillation cubes from two to four. Today, the plant's capacity is 2.5 million liters of alcohol per year.
Whiskey "Tullibardine 1973" - from the old stocks of the plant. Bookmark alcohols for this whiskey was produced in 1973, bottling took place in August 2005. Whiskey aged in oak barrels of sherry.
Four years after the launch distillery it was resold Brodie Hepburn. Over the next decades, the production of whiskey "Tullibardin" gradually expanded and increase the volume of production. In 2011, the distillery has become a family business for a long time engaged in manufacturing of traditional Scotch whiskey. The production process has undergone significant modernization. It was opened for tourists, we began to conduct tours with Tullibardine employees.