Pulteney Distillery is a malt whiskey production and aging facility located in the Pulteney town of Caithnesswick in the Highlands of Scotland. The distillery has a long history of producing Old Pulteney single malt whiskey and has a visitor center on Hardart Street.
The distillery closed in 1930 due to a decline in trade following the imposition of Prohibition laws in the local parish, but reopened in 1951 when a vote to repeal the law was overturned. It is now owned by Inver House Distillers.
The Pulteney site uses water from the old mill built by Thomas Telford. The stream flows from Loch Hempriggs 3 or 4 km (2 mi) south/southwest and is said to have powered the barley mills on or near the distillery site.