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An 8 year old Highland Park, bottled by Gordon and MacPhail for the MacPhail's collection. It matured in Sherry butts and bourbon barrels. Orkney whisky ahoy!
Nose: Toasted barley, slightly tart mango and vanilla.
Palate: A creamy dram, rich with red apples, nuts and a whiff of smoke.
Finish: Rather short.
Overall: Classic Highland Park. We wouldn't say no.
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I can't find the smoke, but the nose is peppery and vibrant. The palate is a little bit harsh, but no different from what can be expected - the price tag taken into consideration. The finish is long and lingering on the tongue, although the harsh palate sticks as well on the back of the mouth. Overall a good dram for the money.
25th December 2016
This HP is not amazingly complex but offers great value for money for a mid week dram. Touches of smoke, green fruit and honey all with a bit of saltiness to it.
21st June 2016
Not my style too smoky, taste like BBQ ribs.
18th June 2016
I picked up this little gem for $26.00 dollars and at 43% ABV! At that price it is a steal. It's fresh, creamy, fruity, some apple aromas, a little salt, mango, oak, a hint of smoke, sweet, with a quick finish. A great everyday dram. I'd pick up another bottle without a doubt.
10th February 2016
A very affordable and affable dram. A good example of a young Highland Park carrying a fair bit of that trademark smoke. A good alternative to the 12 in a very different way, this carries more spice, vanilla and benefits from the extra 3% vol.
29th October 2014