The company launched its 30 year old at the recent Whisky Live event in Glasgow, and is one of the few 30 year old distillery bottlings to be released on a permanent basis.
Highland Park’s brand ambassador Gerry Tosh said: “This particular whisky proves that 30 years of maturation results in an entirely new expression of Highland Park that is unique in flavour while maintaining the distinctive Orcadian characteristics of smokiness, peat and sweetness.”
The whisky is available on the Highland Park website and at whisky specialists for £179.99.
Meanwhile unveiled at Edinburgh’s Whisky Fringe, part of the Edinburgh Festival, was anCnoc’s 30 year old Highland single Scotch malt.
Crafted at Knockdhu Distillery, the 30 year old is a limited edition, just 930 cases will be released at £95.00.
Matured in Spanish and American oak casks, master distiller Malcolm Waring recommends a dash of water to fully release the malt’s sherry and vanilla notes, and smooth, full bodied taste.
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