Tullibardine Sovereign Sample
3cl / 43%
- Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- The Perfect Measure
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Tullibardine Sovereign Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Definitely not a flavor bomb, it's probably the right fit when you're in the mood for something a little more laid back. The vanilla is really present in the nose, there's some pear as well. The rest of the notes you have to hunt a bit for. This is a good springtime whisky when the weather begs for something a little more mellow.
I'm happy with the low scores as the prices will not increase. This is my favorite whisky, I especially like the soft butterscotch notes.
Bought this just to try it. Its easy to drink but somewhat insipid for a bourbon barrel whisky. Nothing really lingers on the nose. Nevertheless fits well in offering guests a range.
This whisky has great potential but my view is that they've bottled it far too young. The nose I found quite pleasant but mouthfeel is watery and thin. You get quite a vanilla hit but it's disappointingly short-lived. I'd be interested to see if an independent bottler gets hold of a cask of this and matures it for a bit longer than this one has been as I do think this whisky has potential, but this one isn't for me.
I gave my husband Tullibardine Sovereign for his birthday. His verdict, best whisky he has ever had.
I have a large whisky collection from all regions. Never had Tullibardine before. I bought thee 20 YO and they gave me this as a gift. I havent opened 20YO yet but this NAS expression smells and tastes of aniseed balls, iodine and solvent. One of the worst whiskies ever tasted. Avoid.
Light on the tongue - smooth - like it "neat"
No age statement, watery in colour. I''m generally a fan of Islay malts so my palette may be too beaten down for a something this subtle. However, it''s easily drinkable, if unremarkable, tastes more like an Irish blend. The price is slightly unwarranted given the lack of complexity. It''s a good next step for a beginner though and it is nice to have something a little less trodden in the cupboard!
Had too many sherry malts in the cupboard so saw this and dived in not knowing anything about it. I'm relatively new to single malts but based on others i have, I think it's another that's a bit young for my tastes. No age statement and not much to find on the web but a bit like Penderyn, it seems like something with lots of potential but not quite ready. The packaging looks nice but the loose lid makes it easy to drop. Only some nifty footwork skills saved it. Still got it.