1. Highland Park Whisky 18Years

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      Full Body

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    Whiskey rich amber color.


    The taste of whiskey - rounded, buttery, slightly salty, with hints of pine nuts, honey, cinnamon and ginger. The finish is dry and spicy.


    The aroma of whiskey filled with tones of heather honey, peat smoke and fresh oak.


    Whiskey is recommended to use in its pure form with ice or water.


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      Coastal Highlands
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    The distillery was founded in 1798, presumably by Magnus Eunson.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. Highland Park is available in various proprietary bottlings by year, as well as a special bottling known as Cappella,[citation needed] available only at the distillery. In addition, several independent bottlings of Highland Park are produced. Highland Park is also one of the ingredients of The Famous Grouse blend.

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