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According to the formal classification of the Scotch Whisky Association, the whisky-producing islands, except Islay, belong to the Highlands region. But for convenience, these islands fall under the informal whisky region The Islands. These are the Orkney Islands, Skye, Arran, Mull and Isle of Jura. The whiskies of these islands have nothing in common, by the way. Except that they come from an island.
Looking for a really special Highland Park single malt whisky? Well, it's now here in our store! It is a special single cask bottling for 'viking cinderella', as the label says. 33 years old (vintage 1974), at 48.1%, and 1 of 192 bottles.
Island distillery Arran too ventures into experiments with less common maturing casks. This single malt whisky, specially intended for the Dutch market, matured for about 10 years in Saint Émilion wine casks. Edition: 1920 bottles at cask strength (54.9%)
With 12 years of aging in bourbon barrels, including finishing on oloroso-sherry casks and a strength of 40%, you could call this Isle of Jura single malt whisky for this price a good entry-level dram. Easy to drink, more modest than in your face.
This single malt whisky has those characteristic earthy and maritime notes of the Tobermory Distillery where it was made. In addition, there are the aromas and flavors of 15 years of maturing in bourbon barrels and casks of classic Spanish oak. (46.3%)
The Tobermory distillery is one of the oldest in Scotland. Under the Tobermory label, the distillery produces non-peated single malt whisky (the peated version is called Ledaig). This bottling by The Single Cask is 23 years old and 54.2% strong.
You don't often find an Isle of Jura single malt whisky of this age. Gordon & MacPhail now released this Jura that matured 28 years on a refill bourbon cask. The release is in the series Connoisseur's Choice - Cask Strength. Cask strength here is 53%.
With its distinct character, Ledaig is popular among lovers of peated single malt whisky. With this 12-year-old bottling at cask strength, bottler Claxton's provides a good example of this malt produced by the Tobermory Distillery.
Bottler Gordon & MacPhail released a 19-year-old Arran single malt whisky in their series Connoisseurs Choice. The whisky from the Scottish island of Arran matured in a refill bourbon barrel, is bottled at 46% and is not chill-filtered.
The first No Name blended Scotch whisky from the innovative Compass Box scored quite high. This second nameless blend contains, for example, a sherryed Caol Ila and a Talisker and a Clynelish that matured in bourbon cask. That can't turn out badly!
That says something, if you are released as an 8-year old single malt whisky in the Old Malt Cask series by bottler Hunter Laing. Like this single malt from the Talisker Distillery. That makes one curious! The whisky aged on a bourbon cask. (50% ABV)
As the label says, this bottling is a single malt whisky from one of the Scottish islands (except Islay). Quality bottler The Whisky Agency does not specify which distillery is involved here. Can you find out?
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!
An exemplary Arran single malt whisky, this bottling from the German quality bottler Maltbarn. The whisky matured for 23 years on a bourbon cask before Maltbarn bottled it at cask strength (51.1%). The distillery profile is clearly noticeable.
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).
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!
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!
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.
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
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%).
'Made by the sea' is the subtitle on the Talisker labels. With that the single malt whisky distillery refers to the salty, maritime notes of their whisky. You will certainly find those tones in this elegant, full-bodied and complex 25-year-old bottling!
Machrie Moor is the brand under which Arran releases peated malt. And within this brand there are the Cask Strength bottlings in a limited edition. The Machrie Moor's have their own character, different from the peated Islay's for example.
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