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Highland Whisky Samples

The Highland region produces many of Scotland's richest malts. Single malts from the Highlands, however, vary greatly in style. The Northern Highlands is home to whisky distilleries such as Dalmore and Glenmorangie - rich, sweet malts; the Southern Highlands producers light, fruiter spirits such as Edradour and Aberfeldy; to the Eastern Highlands, distilleries such as Glen Garioch make smoky, fruity whiskies; and the Western Highlands plays host to a selection of full, powerful, slightly smoky malts such as Oban.

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anCnoc 1998 3cl Sample
(3cl, 46.0%)
The An Cnoc 1998 is a limited release for 2012 from the Knockdhu distillery. This whisky possesses great drinkability and would make an excellent pre-dinner drink.  More info
anCnoc 1999 3cl Sample
(3cl, 46.0%)
The 1999 vintage of anCnoc single malt Scotch whisky from the Knockdhu distillery comes from carefully selected sherry and bourbon cask and is bottled without chill-filtering or colouring. It's just...  More info
anCnoc 2000 3cl Sample
(3cl, 46.0%)
anCnoc's selection of vintages grows one bottle bigger! The 2000 vintage anCnoc single malt Scotch whisky was matured in a selection of Spanish oak ex-Sherry butts and American oak ex-bourbon barrels...  More info
This is a brand-spanking-new anCnoc, distilled at the Knockdhu distillery and aged in both American bourbon casks and Spanish oak Oloroso sherry-seasoned casks for a period of 22 years. Very rich and...  More info
A special limited edition bottling from anCnoc, this 35 year old bottling retains a youthful edge, although it has benefited from its time in the wood.  More info
Not just another drop in the ocean this - they've been busy brewing (and then distilling) alternatives in the form of peated spirit at Knockdhu for a number of years now, with the latest release being...  More info
The peatier of the two first releases from the anCnoc Peaty Collection by Knockdhu distillery, the Flaughter is named after a spade used to take off the top layer of peat, which is usually richer and...  More info
Aberfeldy's superbly packaged "Bits of Strange Malt Whisky" was aged in a sherry-seasoned cask for 16 years before bottling at cask-strength. It was launched to commemorate King Creosote and FOUND's...  More info
This is the second releases of a series of limited editions from the Knockdhu distillery in collaboration with Scottish illustrator Peter Arkle.  More info
The fourth release in the series of anCnoc Highland single malt whiskies with great labels drawn by Scottish illustrator Peter Arkle. It features the warehouses at Knockdhu, with brick walls that...  More info
Scottish illustrator Peter Arkle created this striking label for this lovely limited-edition bottling from the Knockdhu whisky disillery. Kudos Peter.  More info
This is the first batch of the gloriously malty, cereal-rich Aberfeldy from That Boutique-y Whisky Company. The label for this features a wonderful illustration of the renowned whisky writer Ian...  More info
This Aberfeldy was bottled by Berry Brothers and Rudd in 2012. Aberfeldy is situated in the Eastern Highlands and produces the popular twenty-one year old bottling.  More info
The first batch of Auchroisk (say 'Othrusk') from That Boutique-y Whisky Company and what a label! Rarely released as a single malt, this Speyside distillery has very little do with the impending...  More info
Distilled at the Auchroisk distillery in Spring 2002, this was aged for 10 years in a single refill hogshead before bottling by Douglas Laing for their Provenance range in Winter 2012...  More info
A Provenance bottling of 12 year old Auchroisk single malt Scotch whisky, taken from two refill hogsheads which were laid down by the Speyside distillery in Autumn 2001. It was bottled in Spring 2014...  More info
This Auchroisk was bottled by Berry Brothers and Rudd for Boisdale, the premier Scottish chain of restaurants and bars in London.  More info
These rare bottlings by Càrn Mòr aren't just limited, they're strictly limited. When they're gone, they're gone. When all 574 bottles of this 14 year old Auchroisk left, that's it. Done. Finished...  More info
Distilled in 1998 and bottled in 2013 by Berry Bros. & Rudd, this rather lovely single cask bottling is from Auchroisk.  More info
This Auchroisk was distilled in October 1994, popped into a refill hogshead where it matured for 18 years, until Douglas Laing put the single malt Scotch whisky into 335 bottles during August 2013 for...  More info
At the time of writing, this single cask bottling of 21 year old Auchroisk is close to being half as old as the distillery itself, as Auchroisk was founded in 1974. Of course, this rather amusing fact...  More info
A relatively young distillery, Auchroisk was founded in 1972 and briefly produced whiskies under the name ‘The Singleton’. Mainly used in blends, Auchroisk is rarely seen bottled as a Single Malt...  More info
Replacing the 1975 vintage, the Balblair 1983 is a lip-smackingly rich single malt Scotch whisky from the distillery in the Highlands. Matured in ex-bourbon barrels since 1983, it's got a palate...  More info
A single cask release of 10 year old Ben Nevis single malt Scotch whisky, distilled in September 1996 and bottled in February 2007. If you're wondering why this tasty Highland whisky has taken so long...  More info
Single cask Ben Nevis from the Highlands. For 10 long years, this single malt Scotch whisky matured in a Port pipe which previously held white Port. These massive casks aren't used all that often for...  More info
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