A liqueur made with whisky from Old Pulteney, a great Highland distillery. The strength is high enough to suggest that this shouldn't be too sickly.
(£14.13 ex. VAT)
Customer Reviews: (10 reviews)
you have to drink this with great care, just to be sure your tongue doesnt slap your brains out.
- anonymous, 28th April
always in my hip-flask at weddings mixed with the Old Pultney 12yo. My favourite rusty nail.
- anonymous, 1st Aug '12
My wife, who has tried around 20 Whisky liqueurs considers this a favourite. Mostly because it's not too sweet and you can still taste the whisky.
- DB Smith, 24th Jan '12
Not a whisky drinker but love this either over ice or with fresh orange and lots of ice, just perfect.
- anonymous, 24th Aug '11
Tried it lasy year in our hotel in Castletown. normally drink Wallace Whisky but this is just as good. Very highly recommended for whisky and non-whisky drinkers alike.
- David Wallace, 12th Feb '11
tried this today, my girlfriend has one for my xmas prezzy :Pextremely satisfying, smooth, sticky and sweet. a tiny burn, which makes it perfect for beginners! personally i think comparing it to tia maria is sacrilege but there you go...
- anonymous, 24th Dec '10
I tried this after a visit last year to relatives in Wick. Its gorgeous and is now a firm favorite in our house and a regular gift for friends.
- P Henderson, 1st Dec '10
never keen on whisky but after trying this lastyear at the distilery itself, i love it if you like tia maria etc you're love this
- anonymous, 6th Nov '10
This is the way for non whisky drinkers to LOVE whisky. Try it. You will not be disappointed
- Sue Marshall, 31st Oct '10
Xmas pudding flavours, it is sticky but nice for an after dinner drink.
- Rikki Smith, 2nd Mar '10
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