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The largest region in terms of area and formerly the largest in terms of distilleries (before the formation of the Speyside region within it), is the Highlands. Although the worldwide allure of the rich and sweet Speyside whiskies deems them arguable the most renowned, the Highland region can boast the most traditional and authentic flavours of Scotch Whisky. Glenturret (Scotland's Oldest Distillery) is located here.
The Highland region is the land which lies to the north of the Highland line and includes distilleries as far apart as Inchmurrin in Dumbartonshire, Oban in Argyll, Pulteney in Wick and Glencadam in Brechin. As might be expected across such a wide area, generalisations become less valid and sub-division becomes more necessary.
Geographical divisions of north, south, east and west, together with the Islands can be useful in illustrating particular characteristics.
Highland - 70cl / 46.5%
Continuing Dalmore's experiments with casks from around the world, this port wood reserve is an indulgent smooth single malt matured in American white oak ex-bourbon casks and aged Tawny Port pipes. Nose: Sweet red berries, Seville oranges, plummy fruits and sticky toffee pudding. Palate: Nectarin…
Highland - 70cl / 43%
Due to the weight and dimensions of this bottle and box presentation a HEAVY PACKAGE SUPPLEMENT will be added when shipping outside the UK. Please contact us before purchasing and we will advise on cost. This is the Luxury end of the Glenmorangie Range. The fourth release from Glenmorangie's Bond …
Highland - 70cl / 46%
Tomatin Distillery have launched a second UK exclusive bottling, a 2006 vatting of two casks, finished in French oak. Smooth and easy drinking, caramel, plum jam and marzipan help infuse a delicate sweetness, followed by a pleasantly dry finish with hints of coffee and spice. Only 721 bottles ava…
Highland - 70cl / 48%
Glengoyne Legacy Series: Chapter One 2019. We are delighted to have in stock the first bottling of this new series Chapter One, this first release honours Cochrane Cartwright, the legendary distillery manager who transformed the distillery in 1869 by slowing the stills, making them the slowest in S…
Highland - 20cl / 40%
Glengoyne is one of the few distilleries that uses absolutely no peat to dry their malted barley, instead simply using air. They also have the slowest distillation process, resulting in a beautifully smooth and easy-drinking whisky. The 10 Year Old is a sweet, creamy delight. Fresh green apples and…
Highland - 70cl / 46%
This is an independent bottling, single cask from Hunter Laing and Company under their Hepburn's Choice brand. Only 413 bottles. Un-Chillfiltered, natural colour and bottled at 46% alc/vol. A beautiful Highland whisky from the ancient town of Brechin. The nose is sweet with oak notes The pa…was £36.99
Highland - 70cl / 51.2%
This is the tenth release from the Glenmorangie Private Edition Series. Glenmorangie Allta (Scots Gaelic for ‘wild’) is the Distillery’s first single malt to be created with yeast discovered growing wild on its own barley demonstrating the impact yeast has on the flavour of whisky. This …
Highland - 70cl / 50%
A real treat to find these days, this MacDuff 21 Year Old Single Cask from Hunter Laing & Co is bottled under their much respected Old Malt Cask Range. Only 287 bottles charged from a Refill Hogshead. Distilled March 1997 and bottled May 2018. Nose : Fresh and punchy with cereals, vanilla, apple …