- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Single Cask
- Stated Age
- 12 years old
- Sherry Cask
- Number of bottles
- 61.3 % Vol.
- 50 ml 700 ml
- Bottled for
- 60th Anniversary of La Maison du Whisky
- Added on
- 26 Sep 2016 12:39 pm by aurelbaum
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Whisky Reviews for Old Pulteney 2004
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 89.55 points
- Special, tasted blind. Looks like a weird finish in wine?
Rubber, red fruits wrapped in camphor. Currant. Match, licorice. Gingerbread.
Liquorice, anise, rubber, blackcurrant. Wood. Big camphor.
Alcohol is poorly integrated.
Medium finish on leather, liquorice and wood. Cinnamon.
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Old Pulteney Single Cask 2004 - 2016 12 years old.
60th anniversary of LMDW.
- Sherry Olorosso first fill. 61.3%
- Single malt
● The dress.
Copper amber, forest honey.
Thick tears with big and slow drops.
● The nose.
Very deep on the walnut, nut shell and hazelnut. The licorice coats the old wood and the cigar box followed by tobacco, raisins and black plums.
QFull buttered bread with toast.
Oxidative and sweet / salty.
We finish on an important touch of cocoa 90% and old leather.
● The mouth.
Waaa, heavy and full of flesh, oily, nutty and licorice, the freshness of menthol and star anise.
The black plum and the sour cherry give gluttony and opulence before falling on an asserted maturity related to the barrel: Smoked meat, leather and blond tobacco on toasted rusk accompanying beautiful melting tannins.
● The final.
Long and fresh, with again this menthol and anise then, persistent on grilled hazelnut.
Magnificent !! Full and ample, how could I miss in 2016, fortunately I was able to recover bottles, a marvel of concentration and fat worn by a sherry not taking the finesse of Old Pulteney.
If it had to be given a subjective note, it would be a 91.
- The least we can say is that this Old Pulteney takes all his time to dock on the northern shores where it was born. Surely it is due to aging in sherry casks that gives the aromatic palette exotic and shimmering tones a little unusual to this single malt more known for its marine and iodized temperament. One thing is certain, however, this version is in every respect remarkable complexity and personality. And as everything comes to those who wait, the end of the mouth and the final bring us back to known territory.
Profile: warm and end. The nose is fruity, notes of dry fig and chocolate, before becoming exotic (passion), floral and spicy (pepper). The palate is jammy and honeyed (acacia). At aeration, it becomes herbaceous (tobacco) almost earthy. Note spray in the final.
Single Cask No. 127 - Sherry Butt Limited series of 594 bottles An exclusive LMDW
- TASTING NOTE LMDW Color: orange copper with bronze highlights. Nose: both fine and warm. Very complex, the first nose reveals in turn notes of ripe apricot, chocolate, nuts and dried figs. Its elegant and solar woody then provides a remarkable sensation of fullness. At aeration, it becomes more and more exotic (passion, persimmon) while at the same time heady flowers (carnation, lavender) and powerful spices (pepper, nutmeg) highlight its salt and iodine character. Palate: firm, sharp. After a particularly dynamic attack on the palate, notes of toffee, apricot jam and acacia honey ensure a smooth and smooth transition. More and more chocolatey and roasted, it turns resolutely towards a more herbaceous register (tobacco, ivy) and powdery (cocoa) almost earthy (ginger root). Final: long, silky. Showing maturity and balance, it makes us enjoy juicy citrus (orange, tangerine) and sweet spices (cinnamon). Gradually, currants, strawberries and gooseberries testify to its deliciously oxidative character. The retro-olfaction oscillates between the seaside (spray) and notes of freshly turned earth. Empty glass is heady, spicy (star anise, clove) and floral (wallflower).