Tullibardine 1966 World Cup
A 40 year old single malt from Tullibardine, matured in sherry wood before bottling to commemorate the 2006 World Cup, only 300 bottles have been released.
The nose is very thick and supple. There are notes of barley sugar, toasted cereals and the whole is awash with toffee and vanilla fudge. There a notes of juicy stewed pears and Cox’s Orange Pippin. Notes of chewy sultanas and aged Cuban rum. The palate is of good body with a great richness. There are notes of golden syrup in both flavour and mouth feel, notes of sherried peels and sultanas, hints of rum and winter spice and a buttery note. The finish is quite thick and long. There are notes of crème de cacao and toffee apple with vanilla fudge and a touch of oak.
Edward Kyrgsman - 80 years old and still swigging !!!
Thomas Olson Jr
The wife gave this for my 60th birthday and the two of us polished it off in two days ! It's so Good !
18th June 2014
Most sensual liquid ever.....simply erotic !
23rd May 2014
The nose amazingly rich.
Notes of sweet vanilla, orange and very balanced acidity compliments the palate with extrem silky suduction. The sherry,rasins and buttery gives it a warm hugging feel.
Finishing is long and fuzzy....NICE! NICE ! NICE!
19th May 2014
Creamy, smooth with a hint of Japanese grapes...love it !
15th May 2014
Nose: shit piss and a hint of vinegar. Taste: Buckfast. Diabolical whisky