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Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Malt Whisky 70Cl - £24 @ Tesco
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Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Malt Whisky 70Cl - £24 @ Tesco

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Our Twelve Years Old is matured next to the sea exclusively in fine American oak ex-bourbon casks. Flickering from amber to gold and copper on the eye, subtly intense waves of fresh brine, toffee and salty sea air recollect the Caithness coastline, with honey, vanilla and spicy fruit washing across the palette in a faintly salty, long-lasting finish.

Old Pulteney Twelve Years Old is matured in fine oak, hand-selected ex-bourbon casks, gently absorbing the distinctive sea air. Lively, with a delicate mineral-salted spiciness, Old Pulteney Twelve Years Old is a singular and evocative spirit - truly The Maritime Malt.
Distillery Manager Malcolm Waring
As the man behind the town's 19th Century fishing boom, Sir William Pulteney put Wick on the map, but today the Pulteney name is better known for its unique single malt whisky. Distilled and matured by the sea, the liquid in our casks is cocooned by salty air swept ashore on Arctic winds.
During Wick's heyday as Europe's herring capital, the vessels, adorned with their generous, sparkling hauls of silver darlings, also carried fishermen in their droves. Exhausted after weeks of high seas hardship, the courageous seafarers who landed silver by the barrel were rewarded with liquid gold by the cask.
Since 1826, Pulteney Distillery has endured everything nature and man can throw at it, including 25 years of prohibition. Old Pulteney is inseparable from the spirit of the harbour town it calls home which is why it will always be The Maritime Malt.
Twelve Years Old
Some say that back in the day our wash still had to be shortened to fit in the still house, resulting in its unusual shape today. What's certain is that the 'smugglers' kettles', as it's affectionately known, is the beating heart of the distillery, shaping the style of both our bottle and the precious whisky it harbours.

The maritime malt
Born in the port of wick Caithness
Distilled and matured by the sea

Pack size: 70CL

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Flickering from amber to gold and copper on the eye, subtly intense waves of fresh brine, toffee and salty sea air recollect the Caithness coastline, with honey, vanilla and spicy fruit washing across the palette in a faintly salty, long-lasting finish
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Very nice it is too.
You can find it for £1 more, £25 in Waitrose.
Ghostymen19/03/2020 20:41

You can find it for £1 more, £25 in Waitrose.


Why would you want to pay £1 more?
M_z19/03/2020 21:00

Why would you want to pay £1 more?


Maybe there's a waitrose nearer your house, or perhaps your tesco is all sold out. It's still a good deal for a lovely malt.
Edited by: "Ghostymen" 19th Mar
Beautiful malt at a great price - I can say that as a true Scotswoman (no idea what that has to do with it) Heat.
Good price for a good taste. Heat added!
Latest ralfy review is 83. Good but not what it used to be. Worth the price though.
Went to Tesco's yesterday and got myself 3 bottles and will be getting another 3 over the weekend. Great price for a very relaxing smooth Malt. Heat added
A really good whisky to try if you have not had a single malt before. Also makes a good present for someone.
Heat added.
Big fan of this. Honestly for £24 it's a bargain and along with Glenmorangie is the best of the 40%ers.
Price is now back to £32, shame, this isolation is gonna need as much nice whisky as possible.
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