Old Pulteney 12 Year Old70cl / 40%
- Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Reviews
Producer's Tasting Notes
Colour: Deep amber with a slight pink hue.
Nose: Medium to high intensity, dry with a briny hint of sea air.
Palate: Sweet, floral, citrus: lemon and lime plus dry banana skin. Smooth and faintly salty.
60 Customer Reviews
One of the best single malt whiskey I have tasted Highly recommended!
Great taste,worth it for the price.
Stunning, beautifully smooth with a delightful hint of the sea
Tried it for the first time last night in Edinburgh absolutely fantastic
This is a magnificent whisky. The smoothness, mouthfeel and the saltiness make it a perfect accompaniment to dark chocolate. I f I was to only have one whisky, maybe this is it.
Excellent value for money. The best single malt I have found at this price level
Usually I am a peaty whisky drinker but a recent tour and tasting of the wifes homeland distillery of Arran has made me think more of other whiskies so when I seen this in ALDIS for ?20.99 I had to buy it and I am so glad I did.As soon as you open the bottle and get a nose you instantly know that this is an exceptional whisky and it just gets better upon tasting.Its so fresh and crisp you would think that it was not made by man but rather discovered rolling over the sea cliffs.A true masterclass in whisky distillation and maturation!
Firstly, in response to Kim (2009), why not the other way round and have the canister be the same shape as the bottle:)?....Anyway - a superb malt, made out of contrasts that somehow merge perfectly: light yet substantial, salty yet sweetish, simple yet elegant, oaky yet refreshing, the heaviness of the sea yet the lightness of the wind etc etc....Wonderful, though once, and only once, I had a subpar bottle, the alcohol was too hot.
Lovely smell, great clean, crisp taste. A lot cheaper than other single malts and even better tasting than many. I''m a big fan of the Islay whiskies and Talisker-OP stands highly alongside them in my opinion. The brininess is identifiable, but certainly not off-putting, a nice long finish to a dram too.
Superb malt. Simple as that. There is nothing harsh about this dram. Nose surprises every time with orange and a whiff of brine. If you close your eyes and breathe deeply you almost feel yourself wrapped in north coastal sea air. Palate is butterscotch with a hint of citrus. Finish is long and dry, buttery with a hint of salt. By far and away my favourite sub 14 year old malt.