Highland Park Distillery

The distillery was founded in 1798, presumably by Magnus Eunson.[2] The name of this whisky does not refer to the area of Scotland known as The Highlands, but rather to the fact that the distillery was founded on an area called 'High Park' distinguished from a lower area nearby.
Within the malthouse at Highland Park Distillery.

Highland Park is one of the few distilleries to malt its own barley, using locally cut peat from Hobbister Moor. The peat is then mixed with heather before being used as fuel. The malt is peated to a level of 20 parts per million phenol and then mixed with unpeated malt produced on the Scottish mainland.

In 1984, Highland Park was the only whisky ever to have scored a rating of 100% by the regular tasting team of The Scotsman, a national newspaper of Scotland. Whisky reviewer Michael Jackson has called it "The greatest all-rounder in the world of malt whisky.

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Highland Park 12yr 750ml
100  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 96-100 "The aromatic profile is assertive yet welcoming, sweetish yet cereal dry, and oaky yet floral and a touch briny; the quintessential 12-year-old malt bouquet. In the mouth, the integrated flavors come in waves of toasted walnut, dark caramel, toasted marshmallow and barely
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Highland Park 'Magnus' Single Malt
"Appearance: Color is pale gold. The whisky has fairly thin, watery legs that preclude the type of beading that comes with age. Let’s try this whisky together, shall we?  Nose: We’re off to a promising start. Mmm. Orcadian peat rises up through a wedding bed of date and prune. A delicate floral
Item Number: 27399
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Highland Park 'Ice Edition' 17yr Single Malt
" First up, the whisky is quite light in color, with a bit of a greenish cast even when it’s not in the blue-tinted bottle. The nose is moderately briny, but also quite sweet — simple brown sugar notes engaging curiously with iodine and just a touch of peat smoke. A touch of orange blossom notes add
Item Number: 22090
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Highland Park 30yr 750ml
" The nose is full and rich. Some floral notes develop with hints of acacia honey. Dark toffee with honeycomb and notes of juicy sultana. There are some date notes with a touch of sugary fresh pastry. The palate is warm and rich. Notes of winter spice and sherried raisins, hints of mixed peels and
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Highland Park 18yr 750ml
100  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 96-100 "Opening aromas are of sea breeze, cigar smoke, oak and malted barley; air contact releases light caramel, fudge, cocoa bean, burnt candle wick and heather. Entry is the most complex of any whisky; midpalate soars on oak, spirit and grain tastes. The greatest distilled spirit
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Highland Park 'Fire Edition' 15yr Single Malt
" Highland Park Fire Edition is a special release 15 year old single malt which has been matured in 100% refill Port wine seasoned casks – a first for Highland Park. This follows on from the release of ICE Edition and completes the two-part series of special edition bottlings which celebrate some

Highland Park 25yr 750ml
100  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 96-100 "Smells smoky, along with nuances of sea salt, flowers, cookie batter and light toffee. Entry is oily, oaky and richly salt-and-peppery; the midpalate is where all the components merge into a crescendo of elegant and potent maritime single malt flavors. Along with HP 12, 18,

Highland Park 'Loki' 15yr 750ml Limited release
"A spirited lift of dried bitter orange which quickly turns into lemon peels. Cardamom notes trick then tease the nose, before an enticing hit of gingerbread develops. With water, liquorice and aromatic smoke are both unleashed. The true shape-shifting ability of Loki springs to life on the palate:

Highland Park Odin Single Malt
The long-awaited fourth and final entry in Highland Park's The Valhalla Collection. Odin (aka 'The Furious One'), is a rich and dark whisky with the distillery's trademark sweet and gently peaty character. Aged for 16 years in a combination of first-fill sherry casks and refill hogsheads, this is

Highland Park Nor'Easter Single Malt
Natural cask derived with burnished golden color. Flavors of toffee, dark chocolate, heather honey, and winter spices. Also aromatic peat smoke present. Cask no. 3249.

Highland Park 'Dark Origins' Single Malt Scotch
" Nose: Dusty baking spices and cocoa at first, cinnamon, vanilla, dates. Coffee cream Revels (possibly a couple of the orange ones too), a touch of blackcurrant/liquorice, plus butterscotch and an interplay between milk and dark chocolate. Palate: Sweet, fragrant peat emerges with nutty melted


Highland Park 15yr 750ml
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95  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 90-95 "The nosing passes find lightly toasted malt notes along with wood, sawdust, distant mint, and light caramel—not the most expressive Highland Park bouquet. The palate entry highlights the maltiness; at midpalate the taste becomes sweeter and honey like complementing the