Highland Park was recently named 'Best spirit in the world' by USA whisky expert Paul Pacult in his 2005, Spirit Journal 100 listing of the world's best 100 distilled spirits. Highland Park's award-winning quality has its roots in the whisky's Orkney home and the obsession of the people who craft it. Established in 1798 on Orkney, Highland Park ... Read More »
An official bottling of 12 year old Highland Park in the distillery's classic 1980s dumpy bottle. In 1979, the owners invested in marketing the single malt, which led to a massive increase in sales at the time this bottle would have been released.
A 12 year old Highland Park in the classic dumpy bottle that was common for the distillery in the 1980s. Highland Park is Scotland's northernmost distillery, being half a mile further north than it's neighbour, Scapa.
Released at the beginning of 2013, this 30 year old is the second oldest core expression in the Highland Park range. Bottled at a lower strength than previous editions, it exudes notes of aromatic spices, dark chocolate orange and the characteristic fudge sweetness that one has come to expect from older Highland Park bottlings.
A single cask bottling sherry cask matured Highland Park bottled in commemoration of a visit from Maxxium UK to the distillery. Distilled on 16th October 1980 and selected on Thursday 31st of May ready for bottling on its 21st birthday.
The re-packaged version of the famous Highland Park Bicentenary bottle. Although the original version was believed to have sold out on release in 1997, hundreds of bottles were found in a Japanese warehouse in 2008.