Highland Park 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1989 / 51.1%

Highland Park 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1989 / 51.1%
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Region: Highland

Strength: 51.1%

Volume: 700ml

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 develops into charred oak notes.
$824.00

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Highland Park 'Xtra Old Particular' 1997 / 21 years old 48.3%

Highland Park 'Xtra Old Particular' 1997 / 21 years old 48.3%

Region: Highland

Strength: 48.3%

Volume: 700ml

$608.00

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...


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Highland Park 12 years old 40%

Highland Park 12 years old 40%

Region: Scotland

Strength: 40%

Volume: 700ml

$129.00

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...


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Highland Park 18 years old 43%

Highland Park 18 years old 43%

Region: Highland

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$304.00

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.


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