Old Pulteney Navigator

70cl / 46%
  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Old Pulteney Navigator
Web Exclusive Price £41.75 £34.79 ex VAT (£59.64 per litre)
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Released in 2013 to coincide with its sponsoring of a yacht in the Clipper Round the World Race, Old Pulteney Navigator was created to reflect the distillery's rich maritime heritage. It is matured in ex-American bourbon and ex-Spanish sherry casks and bottled at 46%.

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Old Pulteney Navigator Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Note

    • Appearance:


    • Aroma:

      Sweet and crisp. Layers of tangy apples and dried fruit harmonise with hints of chocolate and fresh vanilla.

    • Taste:

      Full-bodied and rich in flavour. A burst of honey, cocoa and oranges eases into a long-lasting, spicy finish with a maritime surprise at the end.

10 Customer Reviews

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  • 3
    31 March 2017

    Harsh - not as good as the 12 year old, but more expensive. I really don't see the point of this one

  • 1
    14 January 2017

    Very harsh. For a non aged scotch it should be made a bit more tasty.

  • 4
    8 July 2016

    Excellent taste and flavor!

  • 5
    2 July 2016

    Holds up to the name

  • 5
    8 October 2015

    Quite a tingly hot slightly salty finish but the honey toffee before is divine Cupboard is now well stocked

  • 3
    28 August 2015

    sweet and light, good aroma but the finish is a little disappointing, below dhalwhinie 15

  • 4
    27 October 2014

    Sweet and salty . Nice for the price .

  • 4
    4 July 2014

    I think that the completely sherry batch would be more of a malt party there. Still very interesting salty note in the finish, something like salty Swedish butter or Polish salty toffee.

  • Margaret Gormley, USA 1 February 2014

    Lovely, smooth it is slightly sweet very light and tasty to the palate. Overall 10 out of 10.

  • Ken Montgomery 24 November 2013

    In a word: disappointing. Navigator's color wavers between a light chardonnay and water. As for the aroma, expect a bit of pear, chocolate, cedar wax and lemon. On the palate, Navigator is quite light, slightly sweet, and with a biting hot finish.If any one taste predominates, it's the taste of cardboard. The hot finish lingers on the back of tongue and palate, nothing langorous or enticing. No oranges or honey was detected.