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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.

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Lagavulin 12-year-old Special releases 2020

This is the 2020 edition of a Lagavulin single malt whisky from Diageo's Special Releases series. Previous editions of this series scored high on Whiskybase. This is a cask-strength (56,4%) Lagavulin that has matured for 12 years in refill American oak.

Ledaig 1995 House of McCallum

The Tobermory Distillery on Mull makes two types of single malt whisky: one un-peated and one peated. The peated version is called Ledaig and is considered a good alternative to the smoky Islay malts. And this Ledaig here is 24 years old. At 46.8%.

Ledaig 10-year-old - New Label

The peated standard bottling of the Tobermory distillery. If you like peated and want something different than the well-known Islay whiskies, try this Ledaig 10 that matured in bourbon cask. You will smell a farmyard. And smoke of course! At 46.3%.

Arran 10-year-old - 2020

You can consider the Arran 10 years old as a standard bottling of the Arran Distillery. Nicely drinkable, light and uncomplicated, this is a single malt whisky for everyday or for an evening with friends. A nice introduction to the brand too.

Ledaig 1993 CasQueteers

You will rarely see a bottling of enthusiasts-club casQueteers in the store. But now on our shelves: a 26 year old Ledaig single malt whisky! You don't often see peated Ledaig that old! Aged on a bourbon hogshead, bottled at 48.4%.

Isle of Jura 12-year-old

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.

Arran Quarter Cask - 56.2%

'Quarter Cask' the name says it all: This Arran single malt whisky is aged in small casks. The smaller the cask, the greater the wood influence, the faster the maturation appears to be. This also applies to this distillery bottling at cask strength (56.2%

Isle of Jura 1991 Gordon & MacPhail - 53.0%

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%.

Tobermory 12-year-old

The new Tobermory 12 was released in 2019 to celebrate that the Tobermory single malt whisky distillery opened after two years of maintenance work. This whisky matured for 12 years in bourbon barrels and is bottled at 46.3%. A nice business card!

Highland Park Earl Magnus

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

Isle of Jura 18-year-old

This 18-year-old single malt whisky from the island of Jura is finished in bordeaux casks. With its 42% strength, this attractive dram is accessible to many. In the nose: toffee, fruit and cinnamon. The taste has herbs, dark fruit, soil and hay.

Scapa Glansa

The Glansa is the only peated single malt whisky from Orkney distillery Scapa. The notes of peat smoke come from the casks on which the Glansa aged. These are casks that previously contained heavily peated whisky. That makes the Glansa a mildly smoky dram

Talisker Skye

This NAS bottling is an entry-level whisky from the Talisker distillery on the Scottish island of Skye. It is clearly a young single malt whisky, light and soft, with modest maritime notes and peat smoke. A Talisker without rough edges.

Talisker Storm

Smoke and the sea, those are the first words that come to mind with this Talisker Storm single malt whisky. In addition to yellow and red fruit, salty notes, seaweed, bacon, smoked fish play a key role. That produces an interesting dram!

Scapa Skiren

With the Skiren bottlings, Orkney distillery Scapa is releasing an 'ageless' single malt whisky that can serve as a business card. The whisky matured on bourbon casks which gives a surprisingly fruity and sweet and pleasantly drinkable dram. At 40%.

Isle of Jura 21-year-old

This 21-year-old single malt whisky from Isle of Jura matured in both bourbon and sherry casks. This combination results in a pleasant drinkable whisky with, due to the long aging, a mature, complex profile. The dram feels full and round in the mouth.

Highland Park 10-year-old Viking Scars

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. At around 40%, this is an easy drinkable single malt.

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