1966 Tullibardine Cask No.1112 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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1966 Tullibardine Cask No.1112 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Highlands, SCOTLAND
$3999. 00
$47988.00 Dozen
ABV: 49.8%

Note: Product has come from a private collection and as such has some minor scuffing/scratches/handling marks. Actual product pictured.

"One of the best Tullibardines I ever had" - Serge Valentin, whiskyfun.com

Other reviews... "A delightful, mildly rummy experience... In its own right this is wonderful stuff." 90 points - Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2008

...Colour: deep amber with red hues. Nose: this one starts almost like very dry oloroso, with lots of old walnut notes and Smyrna raisins as well as Chinese plum sauce (sweet and sour) and whiffs of old empty wine barrel (a clean one). Not wham-bam, rather refined, with hints of leather and Havana cigars. It gets then more and more chocolaty and maybe slightly cardboardy. Goes on with prunes, old Armagnac, bitter oranges, Dantziger Goldwasser. Hints - just hints - of burning pinewood and lacquer. Like a travel through time… Too bad it gets slightly dirty after a moment (wet floorcloth) but the whole is still very enjoyable. Mouth: hugely sherried, raisiny, toffeeish and almost vinous but quite curiously, all that is nicely balanced. Lots of wood and tannins but the whisky isn't really drying. Gets quite vinous but in a nice way (very old Banyuls or Maury). Again, goes on with lots of cocoa and quite some mint, coffee, brownies… One of the best Tullibardines I ever had, even if I wouldn't say this one tastes exactly like Tullibardine usually does. Finish: medium long, on chocolate, coffee and with a faint cardboardiness. Very good but you have to like old sherry. 87 points - whiskyfun.com