Lady of the Glen

Lady of the Glen

Tullibardine Distillery

11 Years Old

ABV 59.3%

Opening a cupboard on a hot day, whilst sipping banana smoothie.

Lyndsey Gray


Lady of the Glen


Lady of the Glen


11 Years Old


Single Malt


No age statement

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Independent Bottling

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Tasting Notes

Lyndsey Gray


Nose: A little closed off and needs a little water to get going. Burnt banana skin, kiwi and almond butter with undertones of mildew creating an almost dusky element.

Palate: Fruity, woody and herbaceous. The banana skin definitely carries through onto the palate with cement, charred oak, honeydew melon peel and yoghurt covered raisins piercing through it.

Finish: Dry and chalky with a slight metallic edge to it.

Comment: Opening a cupboard on a hot day, whilst sipping banana smoothie.

Score: 8

Rob Allanson


Nose: Gentle and shy at first, but then opens into crushed vanilla pods. Lots of breakfast granola drenched in oat milk and honey.

Palate: All that vanilla is here with plenty of honey. Lovely lushousness of a fresh Victoria sponge, all cream and strawberry jam, dusted with chocolate. A very soft burnt wood notes, like a distant bonfire.

Finish: Slowly dries out leaving a fresh citrus edge and a hint of saline. A bit of spice with crushed black pepper.

Comment: At first easy going, but reveals a spice with balance.

Score: 8.5

Overall Score

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