Beer has been brewed on the site of Tullibardine distillery since the 15th century but it seems it was well into the 20th century before distillation began, at least legally that is. Like many distilleries Tullibardine struggled through the 1980's and was mothballed in 1994. It was reopened in 2003 and in 2001 a new core range was introduced showing a range of different cask finishes as well as a standard bourbon maturation. Tullibardine has four stills that produce two and a half million litres of spirit per year.

Tullubardine is open to visitors. 

Tullibardine

Tullibardine 228 Burgundy
After a long maturation in ex bourbon oak casks, the Tullibardine 228 Burgundy Finish was re-casked into 228 litre Burgundy...
£37.95
Tullibardine Sovereign
Possibly the oldest distillery in Scotland, they have definitely been brewing since 1488, and still to this day. Due to...
£34.95