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The Old Pulteney Distillery was founded in 1826 in the part of the fishing town of Wick, in the North Highlands, which was called Pulteneytown. It is worth noting the following: at some point in the 19th century fishing went so well that there was plenty of money and alcohol consumption increased to such an extent that the government announced an alcohol ban for Wick. Old Pulteney was allowed to continue producing single malt whiskey.
Old Pulteney has released quite a few of its own bottlings over the years, including a number of 'fixed' core bottlings.
The Old Pulteney 12 single malt whisky is pleasantly light and fruity and easy to drink. Because it matured on both bourbon and sherry casks, perhaps a nice entry whisky. And certainly a whisky to share with guests. Also a nice dram in terms of price!
Almost a standard Old Pulteney, this 17-year-old single malt whisky, and for many the 'house whisky'. Striking are the maritime notes in the nose that combine well with caramel and honey melon. Fruit, nuts and vanilla in the taste ... a classy dram.
This is a core bottling from Highland distillery Old Pulteney. This 18-year-old single malt whisky is clearly finished in quality sherry casks. Full of flavor, smooth and mild, with the sherry notes harmoniously in balance with the Old Pulteney character.
Old Pulteney in Northern Scotland is a distillery that produces many distillery bottlings. But this one is a bottling from Gordon & MacPhail. The 12-year-old single malt whisky combines salty notes with those of honey, citrus, mango and charred wood. 43%
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