Cask Type: First-fill bourbon
Colour: Light Gold
Nose: Honey, melon, orange, peach, marzipan, sweet cereal, vanilla, ginger.
Palate: Honey, pepper, malt, bitter oak, herbal, orange peel, dark chocolate, melon.
Finish: Medium+ finish, pepper, oak, mineral.
Overall, the Tullibardine 20 year old is a rather simple whisky. Very classic bourbon cask influence, personally I think the 43% ABV is a bit too watered-down, would hope to see this expression at cask strength. Especially the given price here in Ontario, Canada from the LCBO, which cost a whopping $300CAD (~$235USD), which is insanity for something that cost 1/3 of the price over in Europe. As usual pricing does not affect my scoring.