Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky is produced in uniquely shaped copper stills then matured next to the sea, giving it an unmistakable coastal character.
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Yes, absolutely! Whisky is made from water, malted barley and yeast – all of which are safe for vegans. It’s also naturally gluten-free.
Pulteney Distillery is based in the small harbour town of Wick, Caithness, on the shores of north-eastern Scotland.
The distillery was founded in 1826 by James Henderson during the height of Wick’s celebrated herring boom. It was, for a time, the most northerly distillery in mainland Scotland.
Yes, we warmly invite you to visit us for a tour of Pulteney Distillery here in Wick. We offer a range of tours, each providing a fascinating insight into the history and workings of Pulteney Distillery as well as an opportunity to taste our range of single malt whiskies.
You can buy Old Pulteney single malt whisky core range from our Shop, or at most major supermarkets and small independent retailers. Our Traveller Exclusive range is available in the travel retail (duty free) section of major international airports.
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Single malt whiskies such as Old Pulteney are distilled and aged at a single distillery, whereas blended whisky is produced by combining several single malt whiskies with wheat and does not require the same amount of time to age.
The difference is in more than just the spelling.
The spelling ‘whisky’ is used to denote scotch whisky and is always spelled without an ‘e’, which is a requirement in order to officially be called Scotch Whisky.
Scotch whisky must mature in oak casks for at least three years and production must take place entirely in Scotland. Additionally, single malt scotch whisky must always be made from 100% malted barley.
Irish whiskey is always spelled with an ‘e’ but is different from scotch in that it may also contain grain spirit, the production involves no peat (hence the lack of smokiness to the flavour) and is usually distilled three times.
Scotch whisky is produced in five regions: Highlands (including the Islands), Speyside, Lowlands, Campbeltown and Islay. Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky is from the Highlands region.
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