List of products by brand OLD PULTENEY

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Old Pulteney 12 Y

In 1826, when James Henderson founded the lost northely distillery on the British Mainland, there were plenty more fish in the sea. The Highland town of Wick was the centre of a ‘Herring boom’, becoming the largest and wealthiest fishing port in Europe. Barrels of silver and gold left the harbour of Wick (there were no roads). The herrings were silver, the gold was Old Pulteney Single Scotch Whisky.

Old Pulteney 15 Y

Matured for 15 years, this is our most balanced and smooth single malt. Balancing two different sides of the flavour spectrum, this single malt marries these perfectly, whilst also reflecting our coastal home and its unwavering influence. On one hand, this is an intense single malt, yet at the same time, it is truly balanced.Spice and sweetness unite in this naturally rich amber whisky to celebrate rich flavours, yet lighter, more refreshing coastal notes show another side of this single malt.

Old Pulteney 18 Y

Matured for 18 years, this is indulgent and spicy thanks to the casks selected for maturation. Taking its character and colour entirely from the casks within which it has been nurtured, this is a deeply warming whisky. The indulgence extends through this single malt with chocolate and spice defining the character but allowing for the influence of more vibrant zesty flavours.

Old Pulteney 25 Y

A stunningly old Old Pulteney, distilled on the Caithness coast. It was initially aged in American oak, followed by a period in Spanish oak butts which previously held Oloroso sherry. The single malt, aged for a quarter of a century, is full of spicy sweetness.

Old Pulteney Flotilla 2010

Old Pulteney Flotilla 2008 is matured in American oak ex-bourbon barrels. Over the years, the casks gently absorbed the northern sea breeze, giving the whisky its smooth, complex flavours and coastal characteristics. It is little wonder that Old Pulteney is known as ‘The Maritime Malt’.

Old Pulteney Huddart

Matured in second fill American oak, ex-bourbon casks, then finished in ex-bourbon casks that had previously held a peaty whisky.