The Tullibardine distillery is located on the site of an old brewery in the southern Highlands in Blackford. For the record, in 1488 King James IV en route to his coronation at Scone stopped there to have a beer. The place was already recognised at the time for the quality and purity of its water from the Ochil Hills, one of the main ingredients for the production of a good whisky. It's a single malt that was distilled after the reopening of the distillery in 2003 and matured in first-fill bourbon casks. With its floral and cereal notes, this whisky is like a nice summer walk.
Content: 70 cl