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Drink Review: Old Pulteney 12 Year Old

A very popular Highland dram, with banana and sweet citrus fruit notes alongside a faint whiff of brine. A winner at the World Whisky Awards 2010 and a perennial favourite.

Old Pulteney Review:

Medium amber nosing reveals notes of banana and peach.

Adding water darkens some of the fruitiness but this doesn’t result in a different tasting dram.

The taste that follows is of sweet orange and caramel with a soft presence of brine.

This soft fruity taste holds its own against the whiskies bolder tones of spicy oak and iodine, and the barley malt.

This is a case of a dram stands out against all that is best in whisky. It shows the art of the blending master presenting sweet, ripe fruit and mellow barley malt in a race which finishes as a hold over. It’s a slow burner without being overly perfumed or heavy. It has a mild sweetness that’s not cloying, an inviting flavour that doesn’t overload the palate, and thanks to the subtle traces of brine, salt and spices, an intriguing finish. Smoking a pipe for an hour after a dram, I would be hard-pressed to discover a better masculine fragrance.

Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Whisky Review

Old Pulteney 12 year old whisky by Highland Whisky is a scotch whisky blended by or Kintra, which is available in drams, bottles, for sale in shops, and online. This is a Highland Whiskies Highlander Malt that is available to drinking alcohol for the highest whisky experience.

Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Whisky Whisky Soother does not know too much about the origin of the Old Pulteney Scotch whisky, however it is believed that this whisky was formulated by William Grant & Sons, in the early 20th century, the father of the famous blends from Highland Whisky.

It is the most popular whisky in the country and the very few scotch delicatessen most popular ingredient is the Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Whisky. Also included in the Whisky Society List of 100 Whiskies to Drink Before You Die.

Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Whisky Review

Old Pulteney offers an intense flavor of fruit and caramel with just the right amount of tartness from the carbonation. It finishes smooth and lush. A generally pleasant and refreshing scotch.

Old Pulteney 12 Year OldWhisky Review Bold yet elegant with an astonishing body of a people’s choice is the Old friend of the distillery Pulteney 12 Year Old it over the fruity and whiskey refreshing, with a perfect blend of a sweet and amber aftershave.

This is a scotch that has a lighter toffee notes with hints of caramel and banana supported by a brick and cherry wood.

The finish is a gentle whiff of smoke with a some graininess.

Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Whisky Review

It is not very sweet and has a pronounced light fragrance of caramel. It has a sweet taste with a bitter dry finish.

A fine scotch to drink when you try go for a lunch paired with the dessert sweet. It has good value for money!

Crisp and dry with sweet fruity notes and honeyed apple.

This Scotch Whisky from Highland Whishers Works comes in a whisky with a beautiful bottle with a wonderful label to match. Its label gives a true sense of the classic style of the family that has been the sole distiller in the country for decades. The sweet fruity flavor continues on in this version of the dram, as it is rich in malt and sweet grainy sweetness. It also has a soft aroma of lemon and grain. The finish is rather long lasting, with notes of apple and a slight saltiness.

Old Pulteney 12 Year Old

The long finish is dominated by citrus flavours.

The airy aromas are followed by a thick oily caramel flavor.

The scotch is easy to drink and has a sweet, dry and slightly salty taste.

Old Pulteney 12 Year Old:

Fruity and well balanced with a hint of sweetness.

The smell of this baby is fresh and delicious, with notes of bright and a little smoky malt. An amber color, it has a heart-warming maltiness, balanced by the sweetness of berry fruits.

Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Whisky Review

The taste of that is a delightfully delicious, with a sweet reminding of grape fruit and oak.

Written by Mark Adams

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