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 — Talisker (Isle of Skye)
Talisker 'Port Ruighe' Port Finish 45.8%
Port Ruighe (pronounced Portree) is the all-new port cask finished Talisker, named after the main town on the Isle of Skye. The port casks have imparted a sweet jammy fruityness that is unique to Port casks which compliments to the punchy peppery peat-smoke Talisker is known for. Due to the demand for this whisky, we are limiting this to one bot...
Talisker 10 years old 45.8%
This is the same reliable Talisker of old in a rather smart new bit of packaging. The only distillery on the Isle of Skye, Talisker produces a unique style of whisky, half way between a gentle, salty, smoky West Highland malt and something smokier from Islay. Robust and punchy, peat plays a leading role on the nose, backed up with honey, leather...
Talisker 57' North 57%
Not often seen outside of the UK, this cask-strength bottling of Talisker carries all of the flavours that the distillery is renowned for, but in greater intensity - peppery peat smoke, a honey and fruity sweetness and a slightly salty edge. This is well worth trying if you enjoy the standard 10 year old but want something with a lot more flavo...