The House of Tully sits at the junction of the Red Fork of the Trident and the Tumblestone River. The ruling Lord of the Riverlands, House Tully embodies the power and ferocity of the rivers it sits between. Using the power found in their positioning. Built along the banks of the River Fiddich, Glendullan Distillery originally relied on the waters it lay beside, using a water wheel to power the whole distillery. Like the Tully's, this single malt can benefit from a splash of water, opening up flavours of green apple, honey and sweet vanilla.
Aged in ex-bourbon casks, this single malt has a light straw shimmer and a heady opening of Madagascan vanilla on the nose, following lingering notes of clove spice. On the palate the initial taste is fresh green apples, developing into clove flavours from the nose, but accompanied by warm cinnamon notes. The finish dives into red berry flavours with vanilla and a hint of cherry bakewell.