Lord_Flashheart says on March 25, 2020
Sweet and salty.
|Whisky||Old Pulteney 17 Year Old|
|Age||17 years old|
Sweet and salty.
smells of ocean, mellow, aromatic and vanilla flavor
Not bad finish, but not exceptional
Significantly different and better than the 12.
Salty, toffee, caramel, vanilla, lime.
Salt, vanilla, caramel, chocolate orange, spice.
Salty and sherry spice.
Delicious! A bigger and better version of its younger 12 year old sibling. Full and complex.
barley. honey. fruit. oak
barley. dried fruit. lemon. salt
salt and pepper
Toller Whisky - malzig-süß. Wunderbare salzig maritimer Geschmack im Abgang.
2014. 89/100. Light profile, mostly malt, light sweet ( tropical fruit), tartness and balance. Strong toast, medium vanilla, light herb, and caribbean fruit.
Salty, briny, rich and complex
Same great flavour as the 12, with a longer finish.
Salty intensity! Sweet and salty nose with hints of pear, lemon, and butterscotch. Very salty and mildly sweet taste with notes of sweet honey and fruit. Adding water will dilute some of the salt on the palate and bring out more of the fruity background. Long, lingering, but incredibly salty finish. I think i've written salty enough! Anyway, its a nice and smooth whisky and if you enjoy the smell of sea air and a briny aftertaste then this whisky is for you. It's smoother and more complex than the 12 year, but not enough to warrant the extra cost for the bottle.
Butterscotch, pears, salt, malt, lemon
Salt, honey, fruit,
a perfect balance of barley sugar, sweet fruit and salt. so silky and velvety: it's all just perfectly in harmony.a crying shame it's being discontinued!
One of my favorites. So sweet and smooth. Finishes like velvet.
very sweat on the nose, fruity sugary, pallet is the same with hints of being ocean side. finish is all of thee above. pleasant whisky but not my favorite.
good. a seaview whisky!
fruity and salty with a little tomato and pepper
powerfull in the middle of the mouth with a movement like a spicy volcano up and down on the tongue
spicy on the border of the tongue and with a salty feeling
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