Pulteney distillery in the town of Wick is the only distillery named after a person, William Pulteney, the governor of the British Fisheries Society, had the distillery built to supply work to the local population and whisky for the booming fishing industry. A some what coloured history as the distillery is said to have caused prohibition for the town of Wick more than once throughout its history. Now Pulteney houses two very unusual still with big boil balls creating just over one and half million litres of oily spirit.

Pulteney is open to visitors. 

Old Pulteney

Old Pulteney 12 year old
From Pulteney Distilery in Wick, the only current distillery in Scotland to be named after a person, comes their 12...
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Old Pulteney 12 year old
From Pulteney Distilery in Wick, the only current distillery in Scotland to be named after a person, comes their 12...
£5.50