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Old Pulteney Huddart

(70cl, 46%)

Old Pulteney Huddart

Old Pulteney Huddart Bottling Note

One of four expressions released by Old Pulteney in mid-2018, Huddart is named after the street on which the distillery resides. Following a finishing period in that previously held peated whisky, this is a particular smoky and intense dram.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel apple, a whiff of bonfire smoke followed by creamy vanilla.

Palate: Burnt sugar and fried banana, alongside a touch of brine.

Finish: Lingering thyme honey and earthy malt.

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Old Pulteney Huddart Reviews

Not as good as the 12

Not as good as the 12 (one of my favourites) but still very decent. But my general recommendation is just get the Old Pulteney 12 instead of this.

16th October 2021

Not impressed

Ok whisky, not unpleasant but lacking in depth with a very short finish. The smoke is barely noticeable. The 12 is better and much cheaper.

22nd May 2021

Nothing special

Not a bad dram, but a few more years in the cask would do wonders for it. It’s a little harsh and weak on the finish, the smoke is gentle to the point of non existent. An average whisky redeemed by the classic Old Pulteney brine and it being bottled at 46%, perhaps better suited to the £30 mark. A huddart version of the 12,15 or 18 would be a different animal.

3rd March 2021

Smoke missing

Extremely simple for the price with a very short finish

20th November 2020

Excellent dram

I love it, I was intrigued to try a Pulteney with a hint of smoke and wasn’t disappointed.
Sadly the distillery was closed after our cycle from Lands End to John o’ Groats but thankfully I stumped up for a full bottle!

20th November 2020

Young

There's some harshness to it, a drop of water helps. Not a bad whisky but would have gained a lot with some more years in the casks both with harshness and flavor.

Wish I could a try a Huddart style with a range of stated ages from 10 and up I believe all of them would be an improvement over this Nas version.

18th September 2018

must have well balanced flavours.

Exelent single malt. The sweet and fruits are well balanced by the smokeyness which is very subtle. Can I taste the briney sea, I'm not sure but I like to think so.

31st August 2018

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