The Scottish Highlands are home to various distilleries making disparate styles of single malt. From the maritime malts of Oban and Pulteney to the light, citrussy Glernmorangie and the dry complexity of Glen Ord, there's something for everyone here. Read More »
A Straight from the Cask Edradour finished in Barolo casks. It was distilled on March 26th 2002, matured in a hogshead until February 28th 2011, moved to a Barolo hogshead and then bottled on 20th February 2014.
Originally launched as part of the travel retail only 'The Lighthouse Collection' in August 2013, Noss Head is named after the eponymous lighthouse near Wick. Matured in bourbon casks, this is deliciously sweet and spicy.
The third batch of no-age-statement cask strength whisky from Glendronach, bottled at 54.9% and originally released in November 2013. It's a vatting of Oloroso and Pedro Ximenez matured whisky, shown in its colour and intense sherried flavour.
A 22 year old Signatory bottled whisky from Ben Nevis distillery in the Highlands of Scotland. This has been bottled without chill-filtration after maturing in a sherry butt - distilled on August 8 1991 and bottled on April 10 2014.
Another edition of Clynelish for Diageo's yearly vintaged Distiller's Edition range. Clynelish's take on the series' 'Double Maturation' is to finish the whisky in oloroso sherry casks, to add an extra chunk of rich sweetness.
The 2010 edition of the Royal Lochnagar entry in Diageo's Distillers Edition range of whiskies. This one was finished in casks that previous contained well aged muscat wine, adding a floral richness to the spirit.
Originally launched as part of the travel retail only 'The Lighthouse Collection' in August 2013, Duncansby Head is named after the eponymous lighthouse located near John O'Groats. Matured in combination of bourbon and sherry casks, this is rich, sweet and full bodied.
The sixth release of Edradour's limited edition 2003 vintage bourbon cask whisky. Distilled in February and bottled at 10 years of age on December 17 2013. A beautifully presented release from the Highlands's smallest distillery.
A rather impressive looking bottling for Inchmurrin's 18 year old whisky, released in 2013 as part of a revamping of their range. It's Loch Lomond's lightly peated spirit, one of the many styles that the versatile distillery is capable of producing.
The follow up to Revival, Glenglassaugh's Evolution is a limited release showcasing their spirit's interaction with ex-Tennessee whiskey casks, having matured in barrels that used to contain George Dickel.
Balblair's second release of its 1999 vintage (the first was released for the travel retail market) replaces the 1997. It's a combination of American oak, ex-bourbon barrels and Spanish oak ex-sherry butts.