46% vol. / 70cl
Matured in hand selected American ex bourbon and ex Fino sherry casks. A worthy winner of Jim Murray's world whisky of the year in 2012. The distillery is situated in Wick on the tip of the North East coast of Scotland, 3 degrees further north than Moscow and was named after the Member of Parliament and Governor of the British Fisheries Society, Sir William Johnstone Pulteney. At a time when Wick was only accessible by sea, it became famous for two sources of prosperity barrels of silver (herring) and gold (whisky) which left the port in vast numbers.
Nose: Fruity and full bodied, aromatic and perfumed with hints of oak and apples.
Palate: Creamy vanilla toffee with baked red apple and a touch of smokiness.
Finish: Long woody and dry with toasted oak.
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