Highland Park 14 Year Old Loyalty Of The Wolf Whisky 100cl

Scotch Whisky • 100cl • 42.3%
Product details
Highland Park 14 Year Old Loyalty Of The Wolf
Country Scotch Whisky
Region Island Whisky
Distillery/Brand Highland Park
Style Single Malt Whisky

Highland Park 14yo Wolf

Orkeny's Highland Park distillery introduced a trio of Travel Retail market bottlings in 2018, with names based off of creatures important in Viking lore. This particular expression is the Loyalty of the Wolf, a 14 year old single malt drawn from sherry-seasoned American oak casks.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Toasted bread with marmalade, red apple, some punchy peat hints.

Palate Barley, thyme honey and more marmalade. Smoke lingers in the background. Some Christmas spices give it heat.

Finish Pecan, dry peat and cinnamon sticks.

Winner of 3 spirit awards

Highlands & Islands 13-18yo - 2020
The Scotch Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Scotch Whisky – Single Malt: Travel Retail Exclusive - 2018
The Travel Retail Masters (The Spirits Business)
Distillers' Single Malts between 13 and 20 years old - 2019
International Spirits Challenge

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Highland Park 14 Year Old Loyalty Of The Wolf
Worth a try and not what I was expecting
I will preface this by saying my favourite whiskies are from laphroiag, ardbeg and springbank. It is not the 12 year, and I think it has suffered a bit in online ratings because people are expecting something similar. It is light and sweet. It is slightly vegetative, fermented but fresh on the nose (forgive me for sounding pretentious) and the lightness in the mouth matches. The finish is ever so slightly smokey but the experience is so light it reminds me of a vanilla Japanese sponge cake. If your aren't into smoke or peat I think you would enjoy this. I got this for just over twenty quid for 35cl in a duty free (I was staying somewhere for a short period). I think it was worth it, especially as it was a pleasant surprise. Personally I find the 12 year nothing to write home about, and would rather have a bottle of kilkerran. This is playing a different ball game and has got me interested in HPs other offerings (which is exactly what the travel segment is for).
Andrew R , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Soooo Tasty
Very nice dram from Highland Park. Lovely balance between sweetness & smoke. You can't go wrong with these guys.
Andrew L , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Sooooo good.
Very tasty drop as per from Highland Park. Lovely
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Pocket of the Otter
Wet, tastes a bit like whisky but more watery.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Whisky to be tested by an expert
On the nose it is peaty and fruity with vanilla and cinnamon notes, complex and beautiful. On the palate it is somewhat sweet with peaty notes. Spices like cinnamon can be perceived, very complex. Finish with peaty and spicy like cinnamon notes. It is such a complex whish that should be assessed by more professional whisky experts.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Smooth Elegant Nice Smoke Wondeefull smell on the nose and lovely taste on the palate that last a while
Just bought me a bottle on 1 liter of it a few days before new years 2018, had a drop of it the weekend before new years eve and i lust say it was really worth the money allthough a bottle here in Sweden om the ship to Danmark costs 620 Swedish crown, again then 1 Litre bottle
Gustav J , Sweden
4 years ago
Better than Johnnie Walker blue!
Great nose and smooth finish. Should be worth a lot more.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Ghost of Bourbon
Just bought a bottle today at Gatwick on the way home to Canada. Not a usually scotch fan, but I fell in love with the beautiful bottle. I just had a taste, and really enjoyed it. Perhaps my palate is not refined enough to detect "marmalade on toast" (?) I did detect the ghost of Bourbon though. Very nice. This will be great to sip by the fire after a day of skiing.
Heidi B , Canada
4 years ago
Sweet smokiness
If someone asks can whisky be sweet, the answer is yes it can. The Loyalty Of The Wolf is sweet. After the first sip it opens up very gently. This is so smooth with a long finish followed by nice smokiness. This is like a sunrise on a warm sunny morning.

You can't lose with Highland Park, Loyalty Of The Wolf proves it once again. (R)
Riku M , Finland
4 years ago
Another goodie from the guys at HP!
Marvelous tipple!
Christian J , United States
5 years ago