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The Highland Park Distillery, located on the main island of the rugged Orkney Islands, is said to date back to the 18th century. In any case, it is certain that in 1826 the distillery was granted a license to make single malt whisky. Highland Park (HP) has long been known for its own bottlings, especially because of its own character with notes of heather and a hint of peat smoke. HP is one of the few distilleries with its own malting floor and 'in house' cask storage. In 2017, HP released a new series of standard bottlings, with names that recall the Viking past of the Orkneys.
SMALL BOTTLE] This 10-year-old 'Viking Scars' is a bottling in the new core series of Highland Park. The distillery profile is recognizable: a hint of smoke, heather and honey and subtle sherry tones. In this small bottle it is a nice gift!
A classic bottle, this 12-year-old Highland Park single malt whisky bottled in the 90s. You should try this Dumpy Bottle alongside the new 12-year-old standard bottling from Highland Park ... name the differences!
SMALL BOTTLE] A nice bottle to get to know Highland Park or single malt whisky in general. This 12-year-old bottling represents the distillery profile well, with some peat smoke and notes of salt and heather. Nice as a gift too, this bottle.
For those who are not familiar with Highland Park, or with single malt whisky in general, this 12-year-old Viking Honor is a nice introduction. This bottling covers the entire HP profile, with subtle peat smoke and sherry notes, heather, honey and vanilla
Only available at the distillery itself, this 14-year-old Highland Park single malt whisky, but here it is on our shelves! So you don't have to go all the way to the Orkneys for this one. This is a single cask bottling at cask strength (57.8%).
Bottled longer ago than its age, this 15-year-old Highland Park single malt whisky. Then only available at Sainsbury's supermarkets. And now here at Whiskybase! Not only a pleasantly drinkable, but also a special dram!
This Highland Park single malt whisky in the new Viking Pride series is actually the old 18-year-old standard bottle in a new design. This whisky still has that excellent balance between the characteristic spirit and sherry cask. One to have at home!
An old bottle, literally, because it was already bottled in 2004 by Signatory Vintage. The bottle contains a 14 year old Highland Park single malt whisky. Now in our shop for a very friendly price! (NB: the cork is also old, open the bottle carefully!)
Bottler Murray McDavid has matured this Highland Park single malt whisky for 15 years on bourbon and special French wine casks. This kind of 'cask technique' is their specialty. The Highland Park was bottled at 46% strength in 2008.
Signatory Vintage bottled this Highland Park single malt whisky in 2005, after it had matured for 12 years in a refill sherry cask. The color shows that the sherry influence is modest. This makes the HP spirit even more manifest.
Highland Park released this 10-year single cask bottling for the 10th anniversary of the Whisky Live festival. The familiar HP notes such as a hint of peat smoke, heather, dried fruit and caramel can be found here. And that at a hefty strength of 59.3%!
Specially bottled by Jack Wiebers for The Whisky Fair Berlin 2018, this 15-year-old Highland Park single malt whisky. The Orkney malt aged on a bourbon barrel, and is bottled at cask strength (51.1%) in the Great Ocean Liners series. Now in our shop!
Actually a collector's item, this 21-year-old Highland Park single malt whisky. This edition for in duty-free shops was the short-lived continuation of an equally short-lived 21-year-old standard bottling. But it certainly is a real Highland Park!
In 2004, this 26-year-old Highland Park single malt whisky was bottled for the American market. And now you find this sherryed Orkney whisky on our shelves. A unique opportunity! Bottled at 46% in that slightly larger 'American' bottle (750 ml).
In the series Inga Saga Trilogy, Highland Park released the 18-year-old Earl Haakon, number 3 in the story in 2011. Just like the 2 predecessors, it's a real, recognizable Highland Park single malt whisky at cask strength, which gets very good reviews.
The 15-year-old Earl Magnus was the first in the Inga Saga Trilogy series from the Highland Park distillery. Released in 2009, this single malt whisky was bottled at cask strength, just like its 2 successors. The distillery profile is clearly recognizable
Another well-sherried single malt whisky from Highland Park, this 12-year-old Hjärta. The high alcohol percentage gives the whisky a bite but does not force itself. The Orkney peat and the sherry notes are well balanced. A whisky to quietly enjoy!
Orkney distillery Highland Park released this ageless single malt whisky with 250,000 bottles. De Valkyrie smoothly combines more mature and younger flavor components. The peat smoke is somewhat stronger than in standard bottling. Worth trying!
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