We’re treating one lucky reader to a bottle of delicious single-malt whisky, crafted in Perthshire, released in 2013. The auburn hue of the Tullibardine 228 comes from its time spent in 228-litre Red Burgandy wine casks from Chateau de Chassagne Montrachet in France before bottling.
It features indulgent flavours of red cherries and vanilla with hints of chocolate and Turkish delight. It’s a whisky that can be enjoyed neat or shaken into a refreshing whisky cocktail.
Tullibardine are one of the oldest whisky distillers in Scotland, dating back to the 15th century. Their story began in 1488 when a young King James IV of Scotland stopped by before his coronation to purchase beer from the local brewery. This brewery was known for producing fine beer and by 1503 the King had granted them a Royal Charter.
We have William Delmé-Evans to thank for converting the brewery into the Tullibardine Distillery in 1947 where they have been producing the finest whisky using water from the nearby springs ever since. The springs that are over 400 million years old are used to bottle Highland Spring water too thanks to their crystal clarity and freshness, making this the ideal spot to distill the delicious Tullibardine whisky.
Enter by post:
Send your name and contact details on a postcard to Living North, Studio 2, St Nicholas Chare, Newcastle NE1 1RJ. Mark your entries WHISKY.
Simply log in and enter using the online form linked to this competition, see below.
All entries to be received by 16th August.
Terms and Conditions:
– This prize cannot be exchanged or transferred, and there is no cash alternative.
– Must be over the age of 18.