Scotch Single Malt is the ultimate whisky experience. It is the most diverse and popular category of all whiskies, covering the broad range of styles and expressions from Scotland's 108 operating single malt distilleries. The term 'Scotch Single Malt Whisky' is a protected by an Act of Parliament, and ensures that the whisky is distilled, matured and bottled solely in Scotland, according to the strictest rules and regulations.
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Scotch Single Malt A-Z — Highland Park
Highland Park 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1989 / 51.1%
From Highland Park distillery in the Orkney Islands, comes this 30 year old whisky. This whisky has been maturing in a refill sherry butt and bottled at 51.1%. The nose offers up notes of toffee, coffee beans with a zesty citrus note. The palate has warming notes of pepper, orange and dark chocolate. The finish is long with big fruit notes which...
Highland Park 'Xtra Old Particular' 1997 / 21 years old 48.3%
Produced at the most notherly distillery in Scotland, this limited edition single cask bottling was laid down in 1996 at Highland Park. Bottled 21 years later by Douglas Laing & Co. the Laing's describe this whisky as earthy, woody and spiced, with charred wood, buttered toast and a citrus zest. A zing of rock-pool saltyness and sweetness (s...
Highland Park 18 years old 43%
Situated on the Orkney Isles, Highland Park is Scotland?s most northerly distillery. This 18-year-old from Highland Park provides melted toffee and marzipan notes in tandem with some of the classic light smoke and heather-honey associated with the distillery. A classic staple when it comes to Scotland?s coastal distilleries.
Highland Park 12 years old 40%
Made from the best barley malted over peat fires, merged with the unique spring waters of the island and aged in casks for a minimum of twelve years that shape its rare and very distinctive character. TASTING NOTES Appearance: Glowing amber. Nose: Heather-honey sweetness; peaty smokiness. Palate : Rounded smoky sweetness; full malt delivery. Fin...