A typically odd melange from Pulteney.
1982, 26 Years Old
Year of Bottling
Nose: Bold. Starts with wholemeal bread, nutty, sweet cardboard, then develops into floral orange, pineapple, American cream soda while behind a smoky note reminiscent of burning human hair.
Palate: A little bald to start, but becomes oiled.Lots of lime, ginger, sweet fruits. Builds in power as it opens, allowing the burnt smoky note to grow.
Finish: Juicy and long.
Comment: A typically odd melange from Pulteney.
Nose: Intense, citrussy. Lemon posset. Earthy too. Fern, wet moss.Distant peat. Complex, releasing layers of aromas.Hazelnuts and raisins milk chocolate.Cider apples.
Palate: Velvety, thick, nearly syrupy. Cooked fruit combined with old oak.
Finish: Lingering, smooth, with an elegant dry oakiness.
Comment: A well matured old dram.Complex and refined.
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