First Look – The New Old Pulteney Range

Old Pulteney today released details of its rebranded core collection featuring its flagship 12 Year Old, an NAS expression named ‘Huddart’ as well as a 15 and 18 Year Old.   

Heres a quick run down of the new range.

Old Pulteney 12


This, for me, is classic Old Pulteney and a drinks cupboard staple. I’m glad to see that they haven’t changed the bottle shape. RRP set at £32.

Old Pulteney ‘Huddart’


A new NAS addition to the range and this is a peated expression. No information yet as to the peat levels. Interested to try this one. RRP set to be £45

Old Pulteney 15


New to the range is a 15 year old expression which promises to be “Old Pulteney’s most balanced and smoothest single malt yet” RRP is £70.

Old Pulteney 18


The Old Pulteney 17 was probably my favourite expression of the previous line up so I’m looking forward to seeing what this 18 year old has to offer. Matured in a mix of American oak and Spanish sherry butts. RRP will be £115.

All are bottled at 46% abv with the exception of the 12 which is bottled at 40%.

I have previously written a comparative review of the 12 and 17 year old Old Pulteney expressions. Click here to read it.

The new collection will be available from 14th August in the UK with our preferred retailers The Whisky Exchange, The Whisky Shop, Royal Mile Whiskies, and Sutherland Brothers, thereafter, there will be a phased global roll out.

For further information about the new range from Old Pulteney visit their website.

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