Possibly the oldest distillery in Scotland, they have definitely been brewing since 1488, and still to this day. Due to the distillery being moth-balled for a lot of the 1990's only to be reopened in 2004 there is a lack of older stock, so Tullibardine have release a range of non age statement whiskies, this version has been finished for the last year in "top quality" Sherry casks.
The nose has the noticeable influence of Sherry. A large wave of orchard fruits and burnt sugar. The palate includes more spice and heather honey. With a little pepper and spice. A very long nutty finish.