Highlands Single Malt Whisky

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  • Glenmorangie Signet 46% 70cl
  • Glenmorangie 18 years Old 43% 70cl
    Honey and caramel sweetness with some peppery oak and deep citrus notes. The rich finish has a hint of raisins and walnuts. This rare expression of Glenmorangie is an attractive deep gold colour. It is distinctive from the Ten Years Old - although the floral bouquet and citrus notes are s...
  • Glenlochy 1952 49 years old Old Malt Cask 43% 70cl
    Douglad Laing Bottling of Glenlochy. An extremley rare bottling from 1952, bottled May 2001 at 43% vol. 1 of 311 bottles
  • Glenmorangie Culloden Bottle 1971 43% 70cl
    The Glenmorangie Culloden Bottle 1971 is a special limited edition produced to mark the 250th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden. It is presented in a replica bottle of a rare spirits flask once belonging to Duncan Forbes of Culloden. Limited to 2500 bottles only.
  • Caledonia Edradour 12 years old 46% 70cl
    The Caledonia Edradour single malt has been named after the song Caledonia written by Dougie Maclean written in 1977 on a beach in Brittany. He selected a single cask of 1997 Edradour matured in oloroso sherry cask. The colour is a gorgeous deep mahogany.
  • Glendronach 21 years old Parliament 48% 70cl
    The Glendronach 21 Year Old Parliament has been matured in a combination of the finest Oloroso and Pedro Ximenez sherry casks for a minimum of 21 years, the 'Parliament' continues the great GlenDronach tradition of offering fruit-laden intensity in its single malts. Bottled at 48%, the 'Parliamen...
  • Tullibardine 500 Sherry Cask 43% 70cl
    Tullibardine 500 sherry cask refers to the size of the cask used, in this case a sherry butt which holds 500 litres. The whisky was matured in ex bourbon casks then finish in sherry butts. This gives it a lovely dark rich brown colour, with hints of toffee and apples with ceral notes. On the pala...
  • Auchriosk 30 years old 2012 Release 54.7% 70cl
    A limited edition, natural cask strength single malt from Auchroisk, an active distillery on Speyside, rarely seen as a single malt. A second limited release in this series. The oldest ever Auchroisk distillery release. Interesting to compare with the recent 20 year old, released in 2010....
  • Tomatin Cu Bocan 46% 70cl
    Tomatin's new whisky adds another dimension to this Highland malt normal style. This single malt uses lightly peated malted barley which gives a smoky edge to the fruity palate.The finishing is spicy with sweet smoke. Named after a ghostly Hound from hell that stalked the moors around Toma...
  • Tullibardine 225 Sauternes Finish 43% 70cl
    A new bottling from the Tullibardine Distillery in new pacakaging, this one has been matured in ex bourbon barrels then finish in barriques which previously held Chateau Suduirat, a Premier Cru Classe Sauternes. The 225 label refers to the size of the barriques uses, in this cases 225 litre ones....
  • Deanston Virgin Oak Casks 46.3% 70cl
    Deanston has Brought out a Virgin Oak Cask finish malt which nows seems very popular with many Scottish distilleries. Using some very fine charred barrles sourced from Bardstown USA. The nose has citrus fruits with barley sugar with hints of apples and spice. Candied fruits and honey on the palat...
  • Old Pulteney Navigator 46% 70cl
    This New Addition to the Old Pulteney range of single malts, is in conjunction with their sponsorship of the clipper round the World Race. Sweet and crisp with layers of apples and dried fruits with a hint of dark chocolate and vanilla. The taste is full-bodied and rich with honey, cocoa and citr...
  • Macallan 1988 25 years old Old Malt Cask 15th Anniversay 51.4% 70cl
    To commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Old Malt Cask bottlings from Douglas Laing they have selected six of their best casks to commemorate this landmark. This macallan was distilled in May 1988 and bottled in November 2013 at cask strength 51.4% vol from refill hogshead. 1 of 285 bottles
  • Brora 1977 35 years old Special Release 2013 49.9% 70cl
    A limited edition, natural cask strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky from a closed coastal distillery at Brora. This is the twelfth in the series from this distillery, matured in refill American Oak and European Oak casks over 35 years old filled in 1977. Only 2944 individually numbered bottles wor...
  • Dufftown Singleton 28 years old 1985 Special Release 2013 52.3% 70cl
    A limited edition, natural cask strength single malt. from Dufftown, an active distillery on Speyside. This is the first limited release from this distillery, matured in American Oak refill casks filled in 1985. Just 3,816 individually numbered bottles worldwide. Appearance: Deep a...
  • Glenturret 1986 26 years old Hunter Laing 46.8% 70cl
    A limited release Glenturret distilled in 1986 before bottling at the distillery for Hunter laing at cask strength 46.8% vol in 2013. Glenturret has been distilling since 1775 legally but distilling illicitly since 1717, therefore laying claim to be the oldest distillery in Scotland. The nose has...
  • Tormore 1995 Cask Strength The Pearls of Scotland 47.6% 70cl
    Tormore single cask Speyside malt distilled in the Summer of 1995 and bottled Summer 2013, so it is an 18 year old whisky. 1 of only 294.
  • Macduff 1997 Cask Strength The Pearls of Scotland 54.4% 70cl
    Macduff singel Highland malt bottled from a single cask that realised only 300 bottles. Distilled in the Autumn of 1997 and bottled Autumn 2013, so it's a 16 years old with a cask strength bottling of 54.4% ABV. Under the Pearls of Scotland Rare Cask Selection range.
  • Glengoyne Cask Strength Batch No.4 58.8% 70cl
    The un-peated malt from Highland distiller Glengoyne, in Cask Strength form. Flavours of Banana and digestive biscuits with hints of pepper are the distilleries tasting notes. Made using Scotland's slowest still, to provide the gentlest of journeys before aging in the finest casks.
  • Glengoyne 15 years old 43% 70cl
    Glengoyne is made using the slowest still in Scotland, from unpeated barley to unlock the complex and subtle flavours. This 15 year old expression is complex sweet and rounded with a spicy oak finish. Aged in a combination of bourbon and sherry casks.
  • Glen Garioch 1998 Wine Cask Matured 48% 70cl
    New bottling from Highland distiller Glen Garioch. This small batch bottling has been matured in Bordeaux wine casks since 1998. The result is a complex whisky which is rich with autumn fruits such as brambles, blueberries and plums with warm spices, with ginger and marmalade and a honeyed sweetn...
  • Glentauchers 1996 43% 70cl
    Glentauchers which was founded in 1898, by the founders of Buchanans Blend and Black and white blended whisky. The style is sweet with pear and cinnamon and touches of cardamom. The palate is spicy with sweet summer berries and a creamy milk chocolate edge.
  • Glen Mhor 30 years old 1982 Old Malt Cask 50% 70cl
    Glen Mhor closed in 1983, so bottlings are becoming increasingly more rare. This 1982 bottling from Douglas Laing under their Old Malt Cask bottling was bottled October 2012 at 30 years of age at 50% vol. 1 of 228 bottles form a single refilled hogshead. Ref: DL 9183
  • Balblair 1999 46% 70cl 2nd Release
    This is the second release of Balblair 1999 which has been aged in a combination of ex Bourbon barrels and Ex sherry casks. The later gives this malt its deep amber colour, with aromas of rich fruit cake, spice and citrus notes. The palate is full-bodied, sweet and spicy with honey, vanilla and a...
  • Balblair 1990 46% 2nd Release bottled 2014
    This is the second release of Balblair 1990 which has been matured in a combination ex Bourbon casks and ex-sherry butts. The colour is deep amber/mahogany with a spciy but sweet nose of raisins, toffee and honey. The palate is full bodied with sherry notes to the fore, christmas cake, honey with...
  • The Ardmore Legacy 40% 70cl
    Ardmore Legacy is a lightly peated Highland Malt which was mainly used in the blneded whisky Teachers until recent times. This single malt is light and silky with peat and vanilla, with sweet honey and spice.
  • Tomatin Cask Strength Edition 57.5% 70cl
    This is the first time s cask strength Tomatin has been added to the range. Batch no. 1 has been matured in a combination of Bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks and is a limited release of 15000 bottles worldwide. On the nose there is citrus fruits with sweet syrup and gingerbread biscuits. The pala...
  • Glenmorangie Tusail Private Edition 46% 70cl
    This is thye sixth release in the Private Edition range from Glenmorangie. Tusail which means 'Originary' is made using floor malted Maris Otter Barley, a winter Barley which was very popular in the 60s, but has since been over taken by higher yielding strains. Maris otter was prized for its ric...
  • Cu Bocan Virigin Oak Limited Edition 46% 70cl
    The second release in the trilogy of Cu Bocan whiskies which show cases the influence that the casks have on Cu Bocan is Virgin oak.Three types of casks are used in the making this whisky, sherry, Virgin oak and Bourbon. Only 6000 bottles was produced which shows lovely citrus zest with wa...
  • Glencadam 1991 Connoisseurs Choice 46% 70cl
    Glencadam has been in production since 1825 and extensively modernised in the 1960's with most of the production going into Ballantines and cream of Barely blended whisky. It has now found favour as a single malt with many awards following. This expression has been matured in first fill bourbon b...
  • The Glendronach 8 years old The Hielan 46% 70cl
    The Hielan from Glendronach Distillery has been aged for 8 years in a combination of Bourbon and sherry casks. The result is a malt with warm spices, sherried fruit, gingerbread wrapped up in butterscotch and toasted almonds. The finish is classic sherry with a contrasting crisp finish.
  • Clynelish 1993 Montgomeries Rare Select 46% 70cl
    Distilled in 1993 at the Clynelish Distillery this is 1 of 231 bottles from a single cask. Bottled in January 2015 from cask no.7559
  • Blair Athol 12 years old 43% 70cl
    A lovely Highland whisky which is part of Diageo's Flora and Fauna Range of single malts. Blair Athol has lovely sherry notes combined with rich fruit and spicy oak flavours to produce a rich, but balanced malt.
  • Glenmorangie Original 10 years old 40% 70cl
    Elegant swan necked stills, the tallest in Scotland, produce Glenmorangie whisky which is coaxed into perfect maturation through the use of oak bourbon casks, settled in traditional stone - built, earth - floored warehouses. After ten years of relaxation in the gentle Highland climate, the whisky...
  • Loch Lomond Original 40% 70cl
    Loch Lomond Single malt has been made at the distillery in Loch Lomond for the last 180 years and aged to perfection on the bankc of the lochs.
  • Tomatin 1996 Connoisseurs Choice 46% 70cl
    Tomatin was the first Scottish Distillery to be wholly owned by a Japenese company. As late as 1956 there were only 2 stills in operation, but by 1973 there were 11 in total - 6 wash and 5 spirit stills. Then in a major expansion programme the capacity was boosted to 23 stills, making Toma...
  • Glengoyne 21 years old 70cl
    Another four years in the cask sees Glengoyne 21 Years Old achieve the optimum balance of flavours and the maximum benefits from the wood. Tasting Notes Appearance: Old gold with good legs Nose: Red apples, toffee, vanilla, sherry and sweet hay Mouthfeel: Soft...
  • Glengoyne 10 years old 70cl
    Unlike most other single malts Glengoyne has been preserving the essence of its flavour for decades by using air-dried barley rather than barley dried using harsh peat smoke. The result is a more subtle, complex whisky in which all of the delicate flavours are freely allowed to express themselves...
  • The Glendronach 12 years old 43% 70cl
    This superb richly sherried single malt is matured for at least 12 years in a combination of the finest Spanish Pedro Ximinez and Oloroso sherry casks. Non-chill filtered, of natural colour and bottled at 43%, the GlenDronach 12 year old Original is a sweet, creamy dram. Appearance...
  • Teaninich 10 years old 43% 70cl
    Part of Diageo Flora & Fauna range, a grassy malt with a lovely malty character.
  • Deanston 12 years old 46.3% 70cl
    Deanston 12 years old single malt whisky is bottled at 46.3% vol and is un-chill filtered. Made by distiller Ian Macmillan.
  • Oban 1999 Distillers Edition 43% 70cl
    Oban distillers Edition single malt whisky has been finished in a cask which previously held Montilla Fino wine. Oban is located on the Western Coast of Scotland which helps to give the malt its distinct hint of peat. It has gentle sweentess and a surprising richness on the palate. The dry cask f...
  • The Glenturret Peated Batch No.1 43% 70cl
    This is part of the new Range from Glenturret Distillery. This one is made from peated malt which has untill recently been used in the Famous Grouse blended whisky.
  • Glenturret 2002 43% 70cl The Macphails Collection
    This Glenturret has been bottled under the Gordon & Macphail Collection bottling. Distilled in 2001 and bottled in 2015 at 43% vol in a combination of Sherry and bourbon casks. It has sherry influences with vanilla, hints of toffee apple and beeswax polish. On the palate there is ripe banana,...
  • The Deveron 18 years old 40% 70cl
    The Deveron 18 years old is the new renamed whisky from the Macduff distillery. Dropping the Glen and just using 'The Deveron' this 18 years old has been matured in a combination of Sherry and Bourbon casks.
  • Glen Mhor 1980 Bottled 2011 43% 70cl
    Very collectible bottling of Glen Mhor distilled in 1980 and bottled 2011 by Gordon & Macphail
  • Glen Mhor 1965 Bottled 2007 43% 70cl
    Rare bottling of Glen Mhor distilled 1965 and bottled 2007 by Gordon & Macphail.
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The Highlands is a very large area making it imprecise to make overriding statements with regards to the stylistic merits of the whisky produced therein. To make classification easier and more accurate, it’s standard practice to divide the region by the points on the compass. It’s worth noting that Speyside and Campbeltown are geographically located in the Highlands but are considered to be separate entities for the purpose of whisky categorisation. Also, the Islands are technically part of the Highlands but we have decided to detail them in their own section.

The Southern Highlands are home to Scotland’s smallest distillery called Edradour. The majority of the distilleries in this area sit in the glens formed by the river Tay. Other distilleries to be found in this area are Dalwhinnie, Aberfeldy and Glenturret. Generally speaking, the style of these whiskies is predominantly dry with a lighter body and fruity qualities.

The Eastern Highland malts are defined by a distinct lack of smoke on the palate apart from the offerings of Glen Garioch. Being in the immediate vicinity of the Speyside region often results in confusion as the style of whisky can certainly be considered similar, especially with drams produced by Macduff, Ardmore, and Knockdhu who reside in the farmland bordering Speyside. These whiskies are smooth and dry with a generally fruity and slightly sweet demeanour.

Whisky from the Western Highlands is strong and robust in nature with heavy peat influences. Unfortunately there are only two operating distilleries left on the mainland. Ben Nevis sits in the footprint of Britain’s largest mountain and used to be a major player but is less influencial now. The Oban distillery is located near a major port and its single malt has a certain salinity to it because of this. There is of course Springbank and Glen Scotia, but these are located in Campbeltown which is categorised as its own whisky region.

The distilleries of the Northern Highlands are all located on the coast with the exception of Geln Ord which is still only a stones throw away from the sea. Northern whiskies are generally complex and full bodied with a distinctive maritime nature. They are the epitome of the big, smoky and often peated Scotch that Scotland is so famous for. Glen Morangie is one the most popular and best selling whiskies, having invented the wood finishing method that has been adopted by many other whisky producers. There is also Old Pulteney, the most northerly of all the distilleries and Clynelish whose whisky is one a key ingredient in the famous Johnny Walker. Incidentally, Clynelish is situated next to the old Brora distillery which closed some 30 years ago and is highly collectable.