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First Impression: Gordon & MacPhail Old Pulteney Distilled 1969

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A crisp pear sweetness mingles with the salty and brine-y note. Lime zest infused within the salted caramel swirl. Classic Old Pulteney but with the age it fares even more balanced and tender, with an even mix of maltiness and vague seaweed note in the background. 89 more words

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InBev Distilleries Tasting Event

I’d like to personally thank InBev for sending their Brand Ambassador from Old Pulteney (and Balblair, Speyburn, Balmenach, and anCnoc) to the Toronto Whisky Society… 3,689 more words

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InBev Distilleries Tasting Event

I’d like to personally thank InBev for sending their Brand Ambassador from Old Pulteney (and Balblair, Speyburn, Balmenach, and anCnoc) to the Toronto Whisky Society… 3,689 more words

Farewell to Old Pulteney 17yo and 21yo

Two weeks ago (June 2017) I saw a tweet recommending that people (with deep enough pockets) should snap up bottles of Old Pulteney’s 21 years old expression as it was due to be discontinued. 511 more words

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Old Pulteney 9, 2006 (Malts of Scotland)


A few hours after this review gets posted I will be driving north from Glasgow into the Highlands. I will not be going as far as Wick (where Pulteney is located), only to the Drumnadrochit area. 390 more words

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Pulteney 11, 2006 (Cadenhead's)


I purchased this Pulteney from Cadenhead’s in Marylebone on my visit a couple of weeks ago. They sell a range of minis of their various bottlings, and as they don’t seem to be set up to let customers taste bottles they’re interested in it’s the only way to try before you buy. 344 more words

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Old Pulteney Navigator, 12yo, 17yo, and 21yo Review

If there’s one distillery that’s synoymous with the sea, it has to be Old Pulteney. Its whisky bottles are adorned with images of fishing vessels, seagulls, compasses. 736 more words

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