Old Pulteney 12 yr old single malt, currently £21.89 in Booths
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Old Pulteney 12 yr old single malt, currently £21.89 in Booths

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LocalFound 11th Jul 2016
Booths currently have the 12yr Old Pulteney for £21.89, that's the lowest I can ever remember seeing it. I've yet to try a bad expression from this distillery, at this price it would have been rude not to...
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Was £20.99 2 years ago apparently X) Hotdeals Link .... although that would be 14 years old now?
Superb price for a delightful malt. Usually on offer in supermarkets and on Amazon at £25. Would be tempted to grab two if I had a Booths anywhere near.
My closest is 100 miles away but I happened to be passing and thought it rude not to
Just bought 2 bottles after reading the reviews, look forward to necking it at the weekend
Can't find any Whiskey on the site - if you do a search it comes up with a list but none of the links work.
Lovely tasting malt, shame there is no stores even close to me.
@rse
Was in Kendal last week
No Booths down t'south
Excellent malt and excellent price.
This is my current favourite affordable single malt. Not smoky or peated, and not too sweet either, with just a hint of salt. I've only got about 1/3 of a bottle left so need to stock up....but unfortunately there is no Booths within 200 miles of me!
Edited by: "theyiddo" 12th Jul 2016
You can order this from the Green Welly Stop online. I always pay about £16 for the 12year old malt.
militantmillie

You can order this from the Green Welly Stop online. I always pay about … You can order this from the Green Welly Stop online. I always pay about £16 for the 12year old malt.


That's for a half bottle though isn't it? If not then that'd be even more of an amazing price than this is!
I found this nice enough but thats due to it not being overly flavoursome in my opinion.

Of course that might be the appeal to some people.
abumonkey

That's for a half bottle though isn't it? If not then that'd be even … That's for a half bottle though isn't it? If not then that'd be even more of an amazing price than this is!


Yes, the half bottle is £15.98, the 70cl is £26.50...plus £4.99 postage. Although having said that I do like Whisky Galore (the Green Welly Stop whisky shop), they do have some rarer malts at decent prices.
Edited by: "IndianaBlues" 12th Jul 2016
Bought this last time it was on offer. I was disappointed, much better whiskey out there for this price imho.
coalfield

Bought this last time it was on offer. I was disappointed, much better … Bought this last time it was on offer. I was disappointed, much better whiskey out there for this price imho.




I guess it all depends on what you want in a whisky. I also love Aberlour 12 (more of a sherry influence), but not such a fan of the Glenmorangie 10 (too much if a bourbon taste in it for me). The likes of Lagavulin, whilst loved by many don't do it for me at all because of the peat. With whisky it really can be trial and error for most people until you come across something you really like.
abumonkey

That's for a half bottle though isn't it? If not then that'd be even … That's for a half bottle though isn't it? If not then that'd be even more of an amazing price than this is!



Sorry abumonkey. You're quite right. That would be the 35cl. They do a good deal on the liqueur version (Stroma) 50cl at £16.99 though. Lovely stuff.
theyiddo

I guess it all depends on what you want in a whisky. I also love Aberlour … I guess it all depends on what you want in a whisky. I also love Aberlour 12 (more of a sherry influence), but not such a fan of the Glenmorangie 10 (too much if a bourbon taste in it for me). The likes of Lagavulin, whilst loved by many don't do it for me at all because of the peat. With whisky it really can be trial and error for most people until you come across something you really like.



​I have a (un?)healthy selection of most of the Scottish regions as well as Japanese, I find it's down to mood as much as taste. Sometimes i really want a big antiseptic, peaty hit, whereas others it could be sweet, or salty or floral etc. In other words... why stick to just one type?
IndianaBlues

​I have a (un?)healthy selection of most of the Scottish regions as well a … ​I have a (un?)healthy selection of most of the Scottish regions as well as Japanese, I find it's down to mood as much as taste. Sometimes i really want a big antiseptic, peaty hit, whereas others it could be sweet, or salty or floral etc. In other words... why stick to just one type?



Very true.

By the way, its not in stock at the moment, and at the price quoted, I'm not sure it ever will be, but Amazon have a Port Askaig 16 year old single malt for £44.99. Normally this is around £80. Its been bottled for the owners of the Whisky Exchange ("Speciality Drinks Ltd"), but chances are its a Caol Ila.
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