The Pulteney distillery was founded in the fishing town of Wick in 1826 and after spells under the ownership of Buchanan-Dewar, DCL, Hiram Walker and Allied Domecq the distillery was sold to Inver House in 1995, since when it has been the centrepiece of the company's portfolio. Although the herring trade that dominated the town's commerce is n ... Read More »
From its beautiful wave adorned bottle to the rich and sweet liquid inside this is a step up from the Old Pulteney liqueur of times passed. Stroma, meaning island in the stream, refers to the dangerous currents around the north-east coast of Scotland where the distillery lies and the maritime spirit that is firmly part of Pulteney’s character. Sweet and robust with rugged undertones and a warm finish.