What's in a name? Old Pulteney 30 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Old Pulteney 30 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Fruit liqueurs, freshness, cream, Refreshers sweets and a rum-like sweetness.
Palate: Cold Apple Pie, oak, foam banana sweets and honey.
Finish: Woody sweetness, oat cakes.
Most aged scotches I've tasted have had a long burn down my throat when I drank them. This surprisingly didn't have any burn, and seemed very thick. Is this normal for a 30 year old?
11th November 2013
A well intentioned gift from a loved one, but a big disappointment. Not worth the price tag at all. It lacks any interesting character you'd expect from something this old and pricey. This should be a 30 dollar scotch, not a 30 year.
28th October 2013
Well I finally had my 30 year old Pulteney and It was one of the best experience's I've had. Both my son and I drank this wonderful scotch on my birthday and had the best experience ever. I may purchase a second bottle to drink next month.I would truly recommend this to anyone who wants to experience a beautiful drink.
12th February 2013
To celebrate my 70th birthday in February,I decided to purchase a very special scotch.I researched many of the available scotch's and picked this one.I have no idea how this will taste but I'm expecting a beautiful experience.I just can't wait.( I'll be back in February to let you know of my experience )
7th January 2013