- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Limited Edition
- Ex-Bourbon & Ex-Sherry Casks
- Number of bottles
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Commemorative Bottle
- Bottle code
- L14 184 R14/5274
- Added on
- 17 Jul 2014 10:22 pm by z-imaging
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Whisky Reviews for Old Pulteney Clipper
12 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.75 points
- A very nice whisky!
First, an apple scent rises and then there is an ever more intense orange flavor in the nose. Also white grapes (sultanas) and vanilla can be seen.
A round note of honey falls on, then it is even sweeter and the white chocolate joins. In the background I think I recognize the scent of the sea (a bit salty?)
Very elegant, soft finish, which also has something spicy at the same time.
- An independent surgery, if you like banana and pear and do not be afraid of some oak and pepper, is well served here.
Citric acid, fresh white grapes, sea air, slightly unripe banana, light honey, some orange zest, vanilla and white tea, white chocolate
Fine, gentle salt, beautiful oak notes, flower field, banana ice cream, vanilla and light honey, some white pepper, light malt, all pretty round with beautiful light, spicy tops, light grapes, some lemon zest
A little pear, light honey, white pepper, light malt, dry-salty, medium-long
A nice and deep vanilla sweetness. Light seabreeze and banana.
More power in here comparing to the 12 and 17 year old. More pepper and wood tones. Less sweetness but still sweet enough. Less balance than the others I mentioned before. Not a bad drink but I prefer the 12 and 17 year old. This one is a little to harsh in the mouth for me.
Medium oak finish with a little salt.
- So for a NAS and in the price range quite delicious.
Lemon, a little orange, grape, honey, a light alcoholic touch, banana and salt. Quite interesting and tasty. He makes you want more.
Salt with honey, slightly light.
Medium long with some dryness in combination with salt and a sweetness. Add to that the banana and the grape. And there is a slight spice spreading, which is probably due to the 46%.
- There is much more better stuff from Old Pulteney.