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Old Pulteney 40 Year Old

Old Pulteney 40The Newest expression from Old Pulteney:

Old Pulteney 40 Year Old

This whisky embodies the intrigue, craft and past of Old Pulteney with pride. At 40-years of age, it is the oldest official bottling of single malt from the most northerly distillery on the Scottish mainland.

Old Pulteney has been shaped by the windswept, coastal town of Wick since 1826. This particular malt, matured here for over 40 years, captures the power of this rugged land more than any other.

Bottled at 51.3% ABV

Colour: Amber with tints of Red

Nose:  fruit, butterscotch, oak, pears, cloves and spices

Palate:  sweetness, spices, brine, orange, toffee and more butterscotch

Finish:  sweet spicy, sherry and orange; as long as a trip to sea.


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