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Highland Park
Highland Park
Highland Park
Highland Park

Highland Park

Smooth & honeyed with citrus fruit flavours

Made from barley malted over burning peat and aged in casks for a minimum of 12 years, this classic Highland single malt is glowing amber in colour, with delicious smoky sweetness.

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Bottle at a glance

  • Size: 70cl
  • Alc Vol: 40.00 %vol
  • Year: -
  • Closure: Cork
  • Region: Islands
  • Special Features: Vegetarian - Vegan

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Highland Park

There is honesty in Highland Park. It is a whisky which exudes balance and complexity in every glass. It is not about fashion, trends or bandwagons. Highland Park is made today with the same enduring belief and integrity, to the same exacting standards, as it always has been.

Graham Manson, Distillery Manager,Highland Park Distillery

Highland Parks history dates back to 1788 when Magnus "Mansie" Eunson, the founder of the distillery started to smuggle gin and brandy on to Orkney.

By 1798, Highland Park had been founded (or many would say finally caught) and the distillery started to produce whisky. Highland Park is built on the following five fundamental keystones; hand-turned malt, aromatic peat, cool maturation, sherry seasoned oak casks and finally harmonisation.

Tasting note

Take your time to appreciate the nose of Highland Park 12 year old and you'll discover the characteristic honey sweetness followed by fruit - maybe pineapple, apple or pear. On the palate it is drying and leaves a gentle smoky feeling and a flavour that just keeps on going.