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 »
Formerly only available in travel retail this is a no-age-statement release from Old Pulteney that replaces the earlier WK209. They've called it "Isabella Fortuna" after the last drifter boat still in Wick harbour - if you stand at the top of the hill by the distillery you can almost see it.
A 2002 vintage Edradour, which was aged for over 8 and a half years in a hogshead before being transferred to an ex-Burgundy cask for 2 and a half years. Released as part of the distillery's on-going Straight From the Cask series of bottlings which use a variety of different wine casks to finish their whiskies.
A 2002 vintage whisky from popular Distillers Edradour. This whisky was aged for just under 9 years in a hogshead, before being finished for a little over 18 monmths in a Marsala Cask. Bottled at cask strength at the age of 11 years.
A port wood finish Edradour from the Straight from the Cask series. Distilled on 23rd January 2001 and initially matured in hogsheads until 10th December 2010, the spirit was then moved to a port pipe and matured for a further 3 years, before bottling in December 2013.
A richly coloured Edradour, finished in a red wine cask as part of its 11 years of maturation. Distilled on 28th March 2002, matured in a hogshead until 28th February 2011 and then finished in a Barolo hoggie until bottling on 9th December 2013.
A wine finished entry in Edradour's Straight from the Cask series, spending just under 2 years in a Burgundy cask before bottling. The spirit was distilled on 26th March 2002 and stayed in a hogshead until 28th February 2011, when it was transferred to a Burgundy hogshead until bottling on 20th February 2014.
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.
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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.
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.
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 fifth release of Edradour's limited edition 2003 vintage bourbon cask whisky, limited to just 1496 decanters and bottled at 10 years of age. A beautifully presented release from the Highlands's smallest distillery.