Highland Single Malt Whisky

By far the largest producing region, the Highland region stretches from the North of Glasgow all the way to the northernmost tip of the east coast and beyond. It incorporates probably the widest range of styles of malt whisky, and as a result, it is difficult to make sweeping statements. It is helpful to categorise Highland single malts into four subregions; To the North there are full bodied single malts, rich and sweet in character, such as the Dalmore whiskies. The lighter and fruity whiskies are found to the south, such as Aberfeldy, and similar drams with a touch more body are found to the East, such as Glendronach. The Western Highlands offer full body with a peaty punch, and the coast has an influence on those whiskies.

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  1. Balblair 18 Year Old

    Balblair 18 Year Old

  2. Balblair 1991

    Balblair 1991

  3. Inchmoan 1992

    Inchmoan 1992

  4. First Editions Macduff 2008

    First Editions Macduff 2008

  5. First Editions Macduff 2006

    First Editions Macduff 2006

  6. Loch Lomond 18 Year Old

    Loch Lomond 18 Year Old

  7. Loch Lomond 12 Year Old

    Loch Lomond 12 Year Old

  8. Glenmorangie 18 year old

    Glenmorangie 18 year old


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