Tullibardine has been brewing and distilling for a long time. The first public beer sale was recorded in 1488 at the site of today's distillery when King James VI. stopped in Blackford on the way to his coronation.
The specialty of Tullibardine is the water from the surrounding Ochil Hills: Basalt and red sandstone take around 15 years to reach Danny Burn, the source of the distillery's water. The Tullibardine Single Malt is described as complex and elegant. This Tullibardine Burgundy Finish was stored in 228 L burgundy barrels for a total of twelve months. The wine barrels come from the wine cellars of the Château de Chassagne-Montrachet, home of Maison Michel Picard, the owner of Tullibardines.