Tullibardine distillery

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Region: Highland
Location Blackford, Perthshire
Owner Picard Vins & Spiritueux
Founded 1949
Status Operational
Water source Ochil Hills, Danny Burn
No. of stills 2 wash
2 spirit
Capacity 2,700,000 litres
Tullibardine Aged Oak Edition
Type Single Malt
Cask type(s) Bourbon
ABV 40
Tullibardine Banyuls Finish
Type Single Malt
Cask type(s) Bourbon, Banyuls
ABV 40
Tullibardine Sherry Finish
Type Single Malt
Cask type(s) Bourbon, Sherry
ABV 40

Tullibardine distillery is 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 creates 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]

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