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Overall rating
89.65/100
votes
98
Category
Single Malt
Distillery
Bottler
The Whisky Chamber (WCh)
Vintage
30.06.2006
Bottled
14.08.2015
Stated Age
09 years old
Casktype
Sherry Hogshead
Casknumber
392
Number of bottles
462
Strength
59.3 % Vol.
Size
500 ml
Added on
06 Sep 2015 7:31 pm by mds51
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask StrengthSingle Cask Whisky

Average value

€ 209.21

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Whisky Reviews for Tullibardine 2006 WCh

14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 89.65 points

  1. Drk Neknul scored this whisky 91 points Expert Senior

    If I could have picked a keg for Barrel # 392, I would have loved Tulli in the Highlands right away. Eye / Nose: Optical: Cola. Point. Heavy sherry sweetness, old furniture, spices (reminds a bit of reduced, dark curry sauce) Palate: creamy, chocolaty, dark, ripe fruit, chocolate kisses, very well integrated alcohol, no junk notes, no bitterness Finish / lFazit: Long, powerful finish, perfectly selected, bottled at the ideal time. Especially in the finish separates in the Dark Sherries often the chaff from the wheat, some bottlings are almost like balsamic. For this one applies: Ingenious Darksherryreifung to IMHO quite fair price of 82.60 EUR for 70cl. Attention! If you do not like strong sherry bottlings, FINGER WEG.

  2. Hemdl scored this whisky 89 points Connoisseur

    Very tasty malt, if you like "Dark Sherry". Anyone who has problems with this, but does not want to miss Sherry, should look for the usual suspects, such as Macallan, Glendronach or Glenfarclas. Basically an older sherry is waiting here with a lot of "bums".
    Unfortunately now hardly available anymore, at least not at the original issue price. Anyone lucky enough to have it, I can only recommend this malt to my heart. Here you get what you need. Neither the youth, nor the high alcohol content are noticeable, this results in a strong overall picture.
    • Nose
      True to the motto: "Are you still living or are you already living" - is that still sherry, or is it already whisky? Violent, all-pervasive sherry flavors. Mountain prunes, raisins and some chocolate. Sweet and strong at the same time. Gorgeous, if you like sherry. The high alcohol content is barely perceptible.
    • Taste
      Here is the cask strength, strong onset, but by no means alcoholic. Then as expected - "The winner takes it all" - in this case, the strong sherry. The chocolate from the nose is there as well as the plums and the raisins. Despite the just 9 years also noticeable seasoning available, but without drifting in Bitternoten.
      Cask strength, heavy sherry sweetness and light spice - that fits. Of course, you should not expect much from the Brennereicharakter, which goes completely under.
    • Finish
      The finish is long and strong, towards the end a little spicier than on the tongue.

  3. Indianerhäuptling scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      88 88

  4. MadScientist scored this whisky 91 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      90 90
    • Finish
      91 91

  5. Maurice_casqueteer scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      89 89
    • Finish
      87 87

  6. peat head scored this whisky 87 points Member Senior

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  7. Torfding scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    Despite the few years, this great Tullibardine looks much older, the alcohol is well integrated.
    • Nose
      old oak furniture and furniture polish, musty wood, heavy and thick sherry, light fruit notes, sweet and strong, slightly musty dried fruit, old raisins, prunes, dark chocolate, thick sauce and seasoning, a little burnt bread
    • Taste
      fruity and peppery, dark fruit (berries) with a bitter orange note, chocolate, barrel flavor, a touch of coffee, strong sherry, dry and strong, but not alcoholic
    • Finish
      long, becoming bitter; dry, spicy, warming and undulating, oak

  8. p4blo scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    As the colour suggests, it must have been a very active cask. A great example of young whisky with a heavy cask influence.
    • Nose
      Heavy sherry notes, very aromatic. Fruity with prunes, dates, blackberries, blueberries, molasses, notes of dark rum, beef, soy sauce, tobacco. The dark side of sherry, but with some lighter fruits in the mix.
    • Taste
      Sweet cherry liqueur, chocolate sauce, orange zest, strawberry marmalade. Rich, thick and fruity. There is a slight spiciness, most likely from the alcohol.
    • Finish
      Very sweet, but also quite spicy, alcohol is burning the tongue a bit too much.

  9. Kaltduscher scored this whisky 90 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      Heavy, fat sherry. Spicy notes. Furniture polish. Old leather. Pepper. A touch of ginger. Thickened soy sauce. Rum raisins. Some orange abrasion. Dark chocolate. The alcohol is well integrated.
    • Taste
      Fruity start with plums, dark berries and bitter orange. Becoming spicier and drier. Pepper. Furniture polish. Leather. Dark chocolate. Oak spice.
    • Finish
      Long. Spicy notes. Bitter orange. The finish is dust-dry, the tongue sticks to the palate. A lot of oak flavor. Dark chocolate.

  10. ErzWhisky scored this whisky 91 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      full fruit; rum raisins; "dark"; Dried fruit; oranges
    • Taste
      strong; full; sweet; dark fruits; Prunes; some wood; spices
    • Finish
      warm; medium; again spices; Sherry (getting drier)

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