Tullibardine distillery

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Region: Highland
LocationBlackford, Perthshire
OwnerPicard Vins & Spiritueux
Water sourceOchil Hills, Danny Burn
No. of stills2 wash
2 spirit
Capacity2,700,000 litres
Tullibardine Aged Oak Edition
TypeSingle Malt
Cask type(s)Bourbon
Tullibardine Banyuls Finish
TypeSingle Malt
Cask type(s)Bourbon, Banyuls
Tullibardine Sherry Finish
TypeSingle Malt
Cask type(s)Bourbon, Sherry

Tullibardine distillery is a Scottish distillery since 1949, producing a single malt whisky. The whisky distillery is located in Blackford, Perth and Kinross, close to the Ochil Hills and the Danny Burn, their main water sources.[1][2]

The distillery was mothballed in 1995 by then owner Whyte & Mackay. In 2003, it was sold to Tullibardine Distillery Ltd, who resumed production.[3][4] In 2011, the distillery was sold to the French firm Picard Vins & Spiritueux.[5] This firm in 2013 created an entity for the spirits named Terroirs Distillers.[6]

The distillery produces several types of single malt whisky,[7] including "Aged Oak Edition Single Malt Whisky" and "Sherry Finish Malt Whisky", and related liqueurs.[8]

Tullibardine Distillery runs a visitor's centre.[9]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Tullibardine distillery
  2. ^ Whiskymerchants
  3. ^ Tullibardine distillery
  4. ^ Whiskymerchants
  5. ^ Williamson, Mark (11 November 2011). "Tullibardine Distillery sold to French wine group". Herald Scotland. Retrieved 27 January 2012.
  6. ^ Terroirs Distillers
  7. ^ Whiskymerchants
  8. ^ Official Website - Tullibardine Single Malt Archived 2012-03-07 at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^ Official Website

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Coordinates: 56°15′28″N 3°47′8″W / 56.25778°N 3.78556°W / 56.25778; -3.78556 (Tullibardine)