The Highland region of Scotland is in terms of area, the biggest whisky producing region. It extends from the Orkney Islands in the far North, down to just above Edinburgh and Glasgow. Scotland is home to many islands, and this section includes the six whisky producing Islands - The Orkney Islands, Lewis, Mull, Skye, Jura and Arran. If you are looking for whisky from the isle of Islay, please click here.
The Highland region currently has around 39 active and producing distillery along with several defunct distilleries that have closed over the years. The Highland style incredibly diverse, traversing from light, delicate and floral flavours through to the hearty and robust style many associate with this part of the country.
Highland Region — Glengoyne
Glengoyne 10 years old 40%
Official Tasting Notes A fresh, delicate nose and a light golden colour indicates lightness and subtlety. A refined, well balanced malt scotch whisky in taste, made all the more rewarding by its unpeated style and light, yet complex taste. Appearance: Golden yellow. Clear and bright Nose: Sweet, with toffee and popcorn aromas. Slightly nutty, wi...
Glengoyne 12 years old 43%
Glengoyne is Scotland's southern most Highlander and its style reflects this. It is unpeated and soft in style, yet has a rich and complex character that you would expect from a good Highland malt. Expect flavours of lemon zest, toffee apples and a scent of coconut. Wonderful stuff.
Glengoyne 25 years old 48%
Bottled solely from sherry casks that have quietly matured in the Glengoyne warehouses for 25 years, this is an indulgent and heavy Glengoyne with a deep and rich fruityness and an old-fashioned leathery quality that is only found in old whisky such as this. The finish is long and slowly evolves from notes of old oak to a gentle spicy aftertaste...