In keeping with its title of The Maritime Malt, Old Pulteney has released the third andf final expression in its series of whiskies celebrating extraordinary boats from its home town of Wick.
Old Pulteney WK217 ‘Spectrum’ is named after the drifter fishing boat of the same name, which was commissioned in 1920 and went down in local history for being one of the first to use the pioneering Anchor Seine Netting technique, according to the distiller’s press release.
The whisky was distilled and matured at Pulteney, the most northerly distillery on Scottish mainland, in American and Spanish oak ex-sherry butts and is non-chillfiltere3d and bottled at 46% ABV.
Old Pulteney WK217 ‘Spectrum’ follows the very successful WK499 ‘Isabella Fortuna’ and WK209 ‘Good Hope’.
Already on sale exclusively at World of Whiskies and World Duty Free at major airports around the UK, it will become available across travel retail outlets throughout Europe and Middle East. UK an RRP is £39.99 per 1 litre bottle.