Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

The Highland region of Scotland covers everything north of Glasgow on the mainland outside Speyside. This is a vast wilderness interrupted by the occasional distillery so the styles can vary quite considerably, although the general characterisation is of full bodied, spicy and complex drams ideal for after dinner or late at night. The southern highlanders such as Glengoyne and Tullibardine are relatively light, whereas the coastal highland whiskies such as Clynelish, Balblair and Old Pulteney up on the north east coast and Oban on the west coast tend to display atlantic freshness, waxiness and elegant fruit notes. Then the more central, northern examples such as Ben Nevis, Glenglassaugh and Glen Ord tend to be full bodied, oily, spicy whiskies with a little peat and lots of muscle. Like all regions the highlands have seen their fair share of sad closures and this region is home to some of the most sadly departed names in recent whisky memory, distilleries such as Glenugie, North Port, Banff and Glenlochy are all great whiskies and are well worth trying while you can still find them.

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  1. Glen Garioch 2008-2020 | 11 Year Old | Lady Of The Glen

    £78.00 £65.00
    • Strength 55.3%
    • Region Highland
    • Bottle Size 70cl
  2. Macduff 2007-2019 | 11 Year Old | Infrequent Flyers

    £63.00 £52.50
    • Strength 54.6%
    • Region Highland
    • Bottle Size 70cl
  3. Tomatin 2008-2019 | 11 Year Old | Artful Dodger Whisky Collective

    £68.00 £56.67
    • Strength 56.1%
    • Region Highland
    • Bottle Size 50cl
  4. Royal Brackla 2007-2018 | 11 Year Old | Old Malt Cask 20th Anniversary

    £58.00 £48.33
    • Strength 50%
    • Region Highland
    • Bottle Size 70cl