Old Pulteney Releases 30 Year Old Single Malt

International Beverage USA announced that its multi-award winning Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky has added another limited addition to its collection: Old Pulteney 30 Year Old.

  Specially encased in a maple burr veneered box, the bright gold 30 Year Old single malt bottle incorporates a bulbous neck to reflect the unique shape of the Pulteney stills.  The single malt is carefully crafted in the most northerly distilleries in Scotland.  Matured in ex-bourbon American Oak casks, Old Pulteney 30 Year Old embodies a sweet floral overtone mixed with gooseberry, citrus, lemon and a hint of chocolate.  Leaving a sweet finish on the palate, the full bodied, aromatic single malt encompasses a warm spiciness with woody elements. 
Malcolm Waring, Master Distiller at Pulteney Distillery, says, "We are thrilled to add this special limited expression to the Old Pulteney collection and know that our loyal single malt enthusiasts will appreciate and enjoy its particular distinctions." Pulteney Distillery is entwined with the history of Scotland. Situated in the highland town of Wick, the distillery was founded in 1826 during the height of the herring boom.

Old Pulteney Single Malt whisky has long been associated with the salty sea air and is recognized as the genuine "Maritime Malt."  Connoisseurs may even detect a hint of the North Sea while enjoying this fine single malt.  Limited quantities of the Old Pulteney 30 Year Old will be available in the United States market at a suggested retail price of $450.



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