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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
Distilled at Old Pulteney in 1993 and aged in first fill sherry butts before bottling at cask strength by Gordon and MacPhail.  More info
A limited edition of just 2,050 bottles, a 12 year old from Old Pulteney, matured in 1994 and finished in Sauternes casks.  More info
$66.35
A 10 year old bottling from Glenturret, distilled in 1997 and bottled in 2007 by Gordon and MacPhail.  More info
A single cask release from Edradour distillery. Bottled at natural cask strength in February 2013, following a 13 year maturation period in cask 291, it comes in an attractive Ibisco decanter.  More info
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$108.14
Distilled in 1973 at Loch Lomond, this Inchmurrin was bottled in 2002 for Gordon and MacPhail's Rare Old range of whisky.  More info
$165.15
Distilled at the Lochside distillery in Montrose in 1991 and aged for 13 years in refill bourbon barrels before bottling by Gordon and MacPhail.  More info
$83.38
A Gordon and MacPhail bottling from the now silent Lochside distillery, distilled in 1981 and bottled in 2005.  More info
$222.97
A full-bodied, smoky dram from the Northern Highland distillery, Clynelish. This single malt was distilled in 1997 and bottled at cask strength.  More info
Presented in a handsome Ibisco decanter, this single cask Edradour was distilled in June 1999 before a maturation period of over 12 years in cask 290. It was bottled at natural cask strength in 2012.  More info
$112.80
Bottled in 2006, this Connoisseur's Choice bottling of Clynelish was distilled in 1993 and bottled by Gordon and MacPhail. Matured in refill sherry casks.  More info
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$71.46
A 26 year old from the Connoisseur's Choice range. This bottling was matured in refill sherry casks and bottled in 2008 exhibiting the typical Brora style; though a Northern Highland malt, it has a...  More info
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$148.12
A 40 year old bottling from Gordon and MacPhail, distilled in 1966 at the Balblair distillery in Edderton, a rich whisky with both floral notes and winter spice and a good helping of cereal notes.  More info
$362.75
A 1973 'vintage' Balblair from Gordon and MacPhail's Private Collection. From an outturn of but 385 bottles, this single malt was aged in sherry casks and pertains rich coffee and oak notes.  More info
Distilled at the now silent Glen Mhor in 1979 and bottled in July 1995 at a thunderous cask strength.  More info
A Gordon and MacPhail release from the Highland distillery, Dalmore, this 12 year old was distilled in 1992, matured in refill sherry casks and bottled in 2004. A spicy, citrussy offering.  More info
A 1993 'vintage' from the Gordon and MacPhail Connoisseur's Choice range and a delightful example of why this Eastern Highland distillery, Blair Athol, does not receive the credit it deserves.  More info
This 1989 bottling of the Highland favourite, Aberfeldy, was launched to replace the previous 1988 vintage in Gordon and MacPhail's renowned Connoisseur's Choice range.  More info
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A 1974 vintage from Gordon and MacPhail, matured in refill sherry butts. The Speyburn distillery has plenty of history, and during the Second World War, it was used to house two regiments of the...  More info
A 10 year old aged in refill American hogsheads before bottling by Gordon and MacPhail in 2004. The Tullibardine distillery was designed by Jura's architect, William Delmé-Evans.  More info
anCnoc 1994
(70cl, 46%)
A bourbon matured single malt from Knockdhu, distilled in 1994. The whisky is bottled under the name anCnoc, to avoid confusion with whisky from the Knockando distillery.  More info
$58.96
This single malt from Knockdhu was distilled in 1975 and bottled in September 2005. A great 30 year old anCnoc, at a higher strength.  More info
anCnoc 1993
(70cl, 46%)
Distilled in 1993, the year that Knockdhu started labelling its whiskies anCnoc, and bottled in March of 2007.  More info
anCnoc 1990
(70cl, 46%)
A 14 year old bottling from the Knockdhu distillery, bottled in 2004. It was in 1993 that Knockdhu started bottling their single malt under the anCnoc label.  More info
A peated single malt from Loch Lomond, matured in American oak casks, just 386 bottles were released. This was bottled under the Croftengea name, from a select cask (number 18), distilled in 1997.  More info
$45.45
Bottled under the name Inchmurrin, this was distilled at the Loch Lomond distillery in 2003 and matured in select cask number 729 before bottling in 2006.  More info
$45.91

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