- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 15 years old
- 54.9 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 04 Sep 2007 12:00 am
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Whisky Reviews for Old Pulteney 1991 Cask Strength
7 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.07 points
- Light, hard to scoring, typical salty OP character. Despite the high ABV is a bit modest finish.
Surprisingly floral. Honey and citrus. Touch of salt and herbals. Over time a bit of camphor and menthol.
Creamy, sweet, salty. Vanilla, grape, sponge cake with jam and citruses. Simple but great.
Medium length, salty, fruity.
- Very aromatic and nicely coastal, clearly shows the distillery's character. A very nice spring, early-summer dram.
Floral with white rose petals,herbs,bread with cow butter and honey,coastal,lemon sorbet,apricots.
With water more herbs and more whole grain bread.
Sweet and salty, floral, lemon, vanilla ice cram with maple syrup.
With water sweeter more fruits and more of those aromatic herbs towards the finish.
Aromatic with old pulteney's trademark salinity.
- This is better than I remembered. Also I don't think I watered it the
last time and that definitely helps the malt and floral aromas to come
Citrus, grapey, floral. Malt and salt. water makes it very floral.
Big salty hit, malt and lemon. Water definitely lifts that salt intensity. Makes this very easy pleasant drinking.
Amazing salt crystallising on the palate. Hot finish at full strength.
Water kills the heat and allows the malt to shine through.
- Honey and herbs in the nose, so sweet and pleasant. Lemony vanilla sponge cake with a fruity taste. A summer meadow in the evening. Vanilla in a sweet long finish, honey from beginning until the end.