Old Pulteney Stroma Malt Whisky Liqueur

50cl / 35%
Old Pulteney Stroma Malt Whisky Liqueur
Web Exclusive Price £21.25 £17.71 ex VAT (£42.50 per litre)
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From its beautiful wave-adorned bottle to the rich and sweet liquid inside, this is a step up from the Old Pulteney liqueur of the past. 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.
Country
Scotland
Colouring
Yes

Old Pulteney Stroma Malt Whisky Liqueur Reviews

11 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    11 July

    Smooth honey toned malt whiskey

  • 5
    8 July

    Excellent. A lovely warming drink

  • 5
    2 December 2015

    Sip and enjoy.

  • 5
    18 October 2015

    Bliss

  • 5
    11 October 2015

    Absolutely gorgeous especially seeing as I don''t usually drink whisky!!

  • 5
    18 September 2015

    Lovely liqueur with delightful taste

  • 5
    3 May 2015

    I love drambue but having tasted stroma whisky liqueur I like it better

  • 5
    29 December 2014

    Got this as an Xmas present... beautiful. Smooth and sweet without losing that definitive whisky taste

  • S Simpson 28 February 2014

    Old Pulteney always made good whiskey but this really is beautiful. It has such a lovely taste that it's impossible to have just one nip. I'll definitely buy a lot more of this in the future.

  • malcolm simpson 4 January 2014

    I have sampled your stroma whiskey it tastes very good and i will be having some more. One thing you will have to get right is where the island of stroma is. It is the only island belonging to caithness and that is where i was born

  • Anonymous 18 December 2013

    I've bought and thoroughly enjoyed Old Pulteney Liqueur several times. It's well worth every penny, for taking a sip and allowing it to naturally flow the warming sweet taste cannot, in my view, be bettered or give greater enjoyment