Old Pulteney Stroma Malt Whisky Liqueur
|Article:||Old Pulteney Stroma Malt Whisky Liqueur|
|Taste:||Sweet and warm with rough and robust undertones.|
|Finish:||Warm and comforting afterglow.|
|Drink recommendation:||Serve neat or over ice.|
Hailing from the far North East of Scotland, off the Caithness coast, Stroma Malt Whisky Liqueur takes its name from the windswept Caithness Isle. Stroma originates from the Norse meaning ‘island in the stream' which also refers to the dangerous currents on the island's shores, including the infamous ‘Swilkie' whirlpool. Stroma's lighthouse warns ships of these nearby powerful currents.
The Pulteney Distillery is one of the most northerly distilleries of the Scottish mainland. Named after the governor in those days from the British fishing company Sir William Johnstone Pulteney, the distillery was founded by James Henderson in 1826. The distillery was reaching only from the sea at this time. The salty sea air of his Scottish hometown stamp the taste of this whisky.
|Country of origin:||UK|
|Address:||Huddart Street Wick, Caithness KW1 5BA|