Tullibardine is one of those brands that always remained under my radar. Yesterday I noticed an entry from them in the Colas Registry on a Cask Strength release distilled in 2004 called Tullibardine The Murray. The name probably refers to William Murray, one of the Jacobite leaders and Marquess of Tullibardine.


The whisky bears a distillation year and is bTullibardine The Murray ottled at cask strength without chill-filtration. It will be part of the Marquess Collection. The sign of a series of whisky expressions that will be launched in the following months/years?

Identity Card




  • Tullibardine The Marquess Collection

  • Tullibardine Distillery, Blackford (Highlands)

  • Vintage 2004 - bottled 2016

  • Alcohol: 56.1% ABV






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Entries from the TTB Public Registry (Alcohol and Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau) are a fairly reliable source for upcoming new whiskies. Although not all entries make it to the market. There’s always the possibility a brand decides not to launch a whisky, even if the label has been approved. Until the distillery sends out a press release, this whisky should be considered a rumour…

Source: Colas Online