Highland distillery Tullibardine has added a new age-statement expression to its permanent Signature Range.
The 18 Years Old single malt has been aged in a combination of first-fill bourbon and sherry casks and is bottled at 43% ABV.
The launch comes alongside a packaging redesign which will be rolled out on the 18 Years Old and Tullibardine's existing 15 Years Old. The new packs – which are made from recycled paper and are fully recyclable – feature illustrations from Scottish artist Bryan Angus, depicting scenes of the distillery and its craftspeople. It follows a revamp of the Signature Range's packaging in 2020 to make it more sustainable.
Mike Elliott, general manager of Tullibardine Distillery, said: "We're very excited to be able to launch another aged expression into our core range. We see this, alongside the 15 Years Old, as a graduation from the rest of our Signature Range in terms of complexity and flavour profile."
Tullibardine 18 Years Old will be available at the end of September with a recommended price of £90, while the newly repackaged 15 Years Old will be available from mid-October, with an recommended price of £61. Both will be available through Tullibardine’s online shop and distillery shop, and globally with specialist whisky retailers.