Inver House launches Old Pulteney 30 year old

30 June, 2009

Inver House Distillers has launched a 30 year old Old Pulteney single malt. The £250 whisky has been matured in American white oak.

The whisky is presented in a lacquered walnut burr box which is lined with sailcloth to reflect the brand’s maritime heritage.

Old Pulteney’s senior brand manager, Iain Baxter said: “We are really excited about the launch of our oldest ever Old Pulteney. This whisky has been looked after at the distillery for 30 years and the age contributes a huge amount of complexity. It has all the hallmarks of Old Pulteney; spice and green apples, and sweet vanilla and coconut notes from the American Oak. But unusually for such an old whisky there’s a remarkable touch of tropical fruit on the nose – some people have picked up guavas and mangos! I’d say that for a malt whisky with so much age and depth, it’s still incredibly approachable.

To tie in with the launch of the whisky, Old Pulteney is running an online competition where visitors can win a bottle of this exclusive whisky. Each month for the next six months, visitors to the Old Pulteney website can guess where they think bottles of a missing crate of the 30 year old went missing around the coast of Wick where the distillery is based. You can find the competition at

Old Pulteney 30 year old retails at £250 in the UK, and due to limited supply it will be available from specialist stores only.