Tullibardine is an independent distillery established in 1949. The water comes from the surrounding Ochil hills. Tullibardine has a bottling plant and is one of the few distilleries in Scotland that distills, matures and bottles its whisky onsite.
The water source is well known for its quality, indeed Highland Spring, also uses water from the Ochil Hills.
Tullibardine Distillery Tours
In normal times, Tullibardine offers a range of tours. The Tullibardine Classic Tour (£9) takes you through the whisky process from start to finish and is rounded off the with a tasting of two single malts. Duration 45 minutes. Other tours available include the Whisky and Chocolate Tour (£25) which follows the format of the Classic Tour but includes a tasting of four Tullibardine expressions (including the 25 yo) with chocolate pairings. Duration 90 minutes.
How to get to Tullibardine Distillery
Tullibardine Distillery is situated in the village of Blackford opposite the rolling Ochil hills and open Perthshire countryside.
The distillery sits on the northbound side of the A9 dual carriageway, between Stirling and Perth. Please note if approaching from the north (Perth), you need to turn right and cross the dual carriageway, so please take care as this road can be busy with fast moving traffic.
If you are driving, please note that drink driving laws in Scotland are extremely strict and there is a zero tolerance policy. Check with Tullibardine Distillery as to how they cater for Drivers. For detailed directions click on the link within the map.