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Finished in ex-peated casks after an initial maturation in ex-bourbon, this brand new expression from Old Pulteney wafts fragrant mellow wood smoke from the glass with honey and oily leather, developing into crisp green apple, creamy vanilla and a hint of burnt toffee. On the palate, freshly-ground spices and vanilla balance the subtle notes of smoke and peat fire. Finishing on a rich salted caramel note, this is a exciting new release.
This is the same reliable Talisker of old in a rather smart new bit of packaging. The only distillery on the Isle of Skye, Talisker produces a unique style of whisky, half way between a gentle, salty, smoky West Highland malt and something smokier from Islay. Robust and punchy, peat plays a leading role on the nose, backed up with honey, leather and spice and a touch of chili-pepper heat.
The first new production whisky to be released from the re-opened Glenglassaugh distillery, closed from 1986 until 2008. The revival has been welcomed with rave reviews worldwide for a distillery that has only been back in production for such a short period of time. Characterised by sweet caramel and toffee, a strong sour plum flavour and a hint of sherry. A fascinating insight into a distillery redefining itself, while still holding true to its original character.
Hailing from one of Scotland's most notherly distilleries, Old Pulteney resides in the old fishing village of Wick. Pulteney's whiskies are known for their gentle honeyed, vanilla sweetness, and a touch of marzipan nuttyness. The distinctive slightly salty tang tells of the distilleries home by the sea. A great introductory dram for those new to whisky.