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Highland Single Malt Whisky

Single Malt from the Highlands takes on many shapes and forms. Because the region is so vast it is difficult to make sweeping statements. Typically, single malt from the region is put into four subregions, named for the cardinal compass points. To the north there are big bodied single malts, with cereal sweetness and richness, take The Dalmore, for example. Toward the south there are lighter, fruitier whiskies with a definite dryness. Aberfeldy is a shining example of this. To the east there are some full-bodied, dry whiskies with lots of fruit and pungency. The superb Glen Garioch is one such single malt distillery. The Western Highlands offer full body and real power with peaty, smoky overtones, nearer the coast there are some more maritime flavoured whiskies too. The most popular Highland single malt - if Speyside is treated as a separate region (Speyside, of course, is situated in the Highlands) - is Glenmorangie.

Highland
A single cask Glen Garioch 21 Year Old, this is a sophisticated older whisky that's developed a subtle savoury character...  More info
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Dalmore donates a good proportion from the sale of each bottle of Dalmore Spey Dram to the River Spey foundation. The whisky is aged in Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks, and it full of flavour.  More info
This was distilled at Blair Athol in May 1989. It was then aged for 23 years in cask 2929 before bottling in June 2012 for Duncan Taylor's Dimensions range. A release of just 270 numbered bottles.  More info
£115.83
Distilled in November 1983 and aged for 28 years in a single cask before bottling, there are just 274 bottles of this Teaninich. Bottled for the Dimensions range from Duncan Taylor.  More info
£95.07
A 21 year old from the Glen Garioch distillery. This was distilled in June 1991 and aged in a single cask (number 3854) and bottled in June 2012. A release of just 239 numbered, cask-strength bottles...  More info
£81.45
The chaps at Dalmore created the Rivers collection to support the conservation and maintenance of Scottish rivers, because that's just the kind of guys they are. The whisky is pretty darn good too!  More info
£39.60
A delicious 14 year old Clynelish distilled in 1997 and aged in cask 6864 before bottling by Berry Brothers and Rudd in 2012.  More info
£44.50
This was distilled at Ben Nevis in June 1966. It was then aged for a whopping 45 years in a single sherry hogshead (cask 8194) before bottling for Douglas Laing's Director's Cut range in April of...  More info
£248.85
This Royal Lochnagar was bottled in the summer of 2010 by Provenance. Royal Lochnagar was allegedly the favourite whisky of Queen Victoria and the story would have it that she drank it cut with claret...  More info
£45.34
This is Dalmore was distilled back in 1986 and bottled by Mackillop's Choice in 2012.  More info
This is a natural cask strength Clynelish, bottled at fifteen years old without chill-filtration by Adelphi. An excellent whisky and a must-have for any Clynelish fan.  More info
£75.57
This is a portwood finished Edradour that has been aged for eleven years and bottled at natural cask strength.  More info
In 2011 Dalmore announced the return of the Cigar Malt to replace the Gran Reserva that replaced the original cigar malt - this is the original cigar malt. A piece of whisky history.  More info
£68.79
Boisdale is a chain of fantastic whisky and cigar bars across London, notably Belgravia and Canary Wharf, and they have bottled this Clynelish with Berry Brothers and Rudd of St James'. Only 298...  More info
£51.58
Clynelish hails from the town of Brora, a town famous for its rare namesake whisky Brora which was originally called Clynelish before the new distillery was built - very confusing indeed!  More info
£37.58
Balblair bucked convention a few years ago by removing age statements from their whiskies and replaced them with vintages. The 2002 is replacing the 2001 as the entry level offering and offers...  More info
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£38.56
Edradour is one of smallest distilleries in Scotland, this is a 14-year-old Edradour that's spent four years in Moscatel casks following a 10 year maturation of ten years. It's bottled at cask...  More info
This was distilled at the Glen Ord distillery in Spring of 1999. It was aged in a single refill hogshead for 11 years before bottling by Douglas Laing. They chose it for their Provenance range which...  More info
£37.47
This Edradour has been finished in Ruby Port casks and boasts big red fruit flavours.

Edradour is one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland but has a big following regardless!  More info
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£42.82
Glenturret retains a loyal fan-base and with bottlings such as this one from Berry Bros & Rudd it is easy to see why. Bottled from cask 'ref. #1', this may be a vatting or different casks.  More info
£166.99
The oldest release to date of this rare single malt - this 35 year old Brora was bottled at 48.1%abv from re-fill ex-Bourbon casks.Only 1,586 bottles were produced of this excellent single malt in...  More info
£399.95
This is a twenty-three year old Clynelish bottled by independent bottler Duncan Taylor for their Dimensions range.

Clynelish is distilled in the town of Brora where the famous Brora whisky was...  More info
£90.60
Only two hundred and sixty bottles of this three decades old Glencadam have been bottled and is an excellent example of this Highland malt whisky.  More info
£281.28
Balblair 1997
(70cl, 43%)
The youngest of the trio of 2007 released Balblair 'vintages', this Balblair single malt enjoyed maturation in first fill ex-bourbon casks and it is pleasant to see whisky from the distillery standing...  More info
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Balblair 1989
(70cl, 43%)
As part of a trio of vintages launched in February of 2007, this 1989 'vintage' from the Balblair distillery is another superb example, exhibiting that beautiful vanilla spice, cereal sweetness we...  More info
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