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Old Pulteney Duncansby Head 1l

(100cl, 46%)

Old Pulteney Duncansby Head 1l

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Old Pulteney Duncansby Bottling Note

Named for the Duncansby Head lighthouse near John O'Groats, this travel retail Old Pulteney single malt Scotch whisky is matured in a combination of American ex-bourbon and Spanish ex-Sherry casks, resulting in a well-balanced dram. Sweetness and spice in equal measure, with a touch of coastal influence subtly wafting in.

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Old Pulteney Duncansby Head 1l Reviews

Worth the money paid.

It amazes me and definitely catches my attention. This is the whiskey that I will definitely buy again. It worth more than what I have paid.

8th January 2018

More than moresih

I am always wary of NAS releases for the travel sector,BUT as a firm fan of Wick's best product I approached this with an open mind. OH BOY! None of your pretentious complexities, this is a full on straight forward whisky. A nose full of sweet and musky ripeness that tells the other senses to beware, fresh hay that has had a good wash of rain. From glass to taste buds you are rewarded with subtle spice and a sweet saltiness which I can only liken to that toffee apple at the beach that has managed to pick up some sand.There is apple and very very ripe sultana and as the finish lingers ( and believe me it is a long finish) you are left with the warmest of shortbread and vanillathat provides a biscuit base for the next fruity sip. In a nut shell ... OUTSTANDING!

30th July 2017

Keeps getting better

As a long term fan of the 12 year old and later the Noss Head edition, I finally cracked and picked up a bottle of the Duncansby head. Once again, absolutely smitten with this edition. the 12yo is a salty delight. the Noss Head has a little less salt and a little more fruit & vanilla - wonderful. The Duncansby has a little less salt and vanilla again, but more than makes up for it with extra sweetness, spice and a more rounded flavour, due to the sherry influence. Hard to say which I prefer out of the Noss and Duncansby: they are very different. Guess I'd suggest getting both - start with the lighter, more tangy Noss then move up to the richer Duncansby. Fantastic.

18th May 2016

My favourite one!

Very enjoyable and well balanced whisky, it's a pleasure for my soul.

7th April 2016

Lovely Dram

Wasn't taken at first.. Finally it hit me,very enjoyable and well balanced whisky. Definitely buy another bottle... Andy P

29th January 2016

Bit spicy for me

Its a travel retail exclusive NAS bottle. It was a bit too spicy for me, didn't really get the sherry

25th November 2015

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