Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Huddart 92

Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Huddart 92

Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Huddart 92

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Embark on a distinctive journey with Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Huddart, an expression that pays homage to the rich maritime heritage and rugged coastal character of the Pulteney Distillery. Crafted with a nod to its historic home, Huddart is a celebration of the sea, the windswept shores, and the skillful maturation that defines this exceptional whisky.

As you pour Old Pulteney Huddart, the deep amber hue reflects the whisky's journey through carefully selected oak casks. The aroma is bold and briny, with notes of sea salt, leather, and a hint of peat smoke, transporting you to the untamed shores of the Scottish Highlands.

On the palate, this single malt unfolds with a robust and flavorful profile. Rich layers of dark chocolate, toffee, and espresso intermingle with the maritime influence, creating a harmonious balance. The subtle peat smoke adds complexity, enhancing the overall tasting experience.

The finish is long-lasting and memorable, leaving a final impression of the whisky's unique character. Whether enjoyed neat to savor its intricate nuances or with a splash of water to explore hidden depths, Old Pulteney Huddart invites enthusiasts to embrace the untamed spirit of the sea.

For those seeking a Scotch whisky that encapsulates the essence of maritime adventure, Old Pulteney Huddart is a captivating choice. Elevate your moments with this distinctive expression – where sea spray meets sophistication, and every sip is a voyage along the wild Scottish coast. Slàinte mhath.

Nose:
The aroma is a captivating interplay of bold maritime notes, with the distinct scent of sea salt and leather taking center stage. A subtle hint of peat smoke adds an intriguing layer, transporting you to the windswept shores of the Scottish Highlands.

Palate:
On the palate, Old Pulteney Huddart unfolds with a robust and flavorful profile. Rich layers of dark chocolate, toffee, and espresso create a harmonious balance, complemented by the maritime influence that defines the distillery's heritage. The subtle peat smoke adds complexity, enhancing the overall tasting experience.

Finish:
The finish is long-lasting and memorable, leaving a final impression of the whisky's unique character. Whether enjoyed neat to savor its intricate nuances or with a splash of water to explore hidden depths, Old Pulteney Huddart invites enthusiasts to embrace the untamed spirit of the sea.

The 'single' in 'single malt' simply means that the whisky is the product of a single distillery. Therefore, while a single malt can contain whisky from many different casks, all of this whisky must have been produced by one distillery.Sustainability and Scotch: Old Pulteney Distillery Manager Malcolm Waring. Malcolm Waring has spent years thinking about water. Waring started with Pulteney Distillery in 1990, and after working his way up the production ladder, he became Distiller Manager, a title he's held for 15 years.Typically single malt Scotch whisky is double distilled in distinctive copper pot stills. These stills are like very large kettles heating the liquid inside. The first distillation takes place in the 'wash' still where the alcohol vapours rise to the top first.
To be called a single malt whisky in Scotland, a bottle may only contain whisky distilled from malted barley and produced at a single distillery. The regulations of other countries may allow malted rye.
Old Pulteney single malt is distilled in the historic Caithness fishing port of Wick at the Pulteney distillery, and appropriately is marketed by owner Inver House Distillers as 'The Genuine Maritime Malt'.
All scotches contain a malty flavor since malted barley is the primary component. Kilning with peat gives scotch a distinct smokey flavor. The amount of peat used determines how much smoke is produced. As the whiskey ages in a cask, it may develop fruity and vanilla notes.

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