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Aberfeldy Scotch Single Malt 12yr 750ml

Rated 92 - This fresh and springy 12 year old is from Dewar’s, a brand known best for blended Scotch. This single malt is “the heart of all the...
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Balblair Scotch Single Malt 1983 750ml

Appearance The second release of Balblair 1990 is deep copper in appearance with hints of sparkling amber. Aroma The aroma is spicy yet sweet and...
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Clynelish Scotch 14yr 750ml

Rated 94 - The aromatics seamlessly marry notes of sweet malt, toasted grain, tea biscuits, heather, honey and accents of sea salt, vanilla, and...
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Dalwhinnie Scotch Single Malt 15 Year 750ml

Rated 93 - Possesses a gold hue. Honey and honeysuckle aromas dominate the nose. The palate shows warming flavors of sweet spices such as cinnamon...
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Douglas Laing Timorous Beastie Scotch 750ml

Rated 90 - Peach, meringue, whole apple, runny honey, vanilla, eucalyptus, and spices that are just about to burn in the pan. Lively and fresh...
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Glen Garioch Scotch Single Malt 1794 Founders Reserve 750ml

Rated 90 - 14-carat gold color shimmers with purity and oils. Tobacco-like aroma is dry to off-dry, grainy, slightly buttery/oily, with nuances of...
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Glencadam Scotch Single Malt 15 Year 750ml

Rated 90 - This golden, Highland single-malt Scotch smells delicious, like honey, vanilla and fresh-cut apples. It feels light yet slick on the...
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Glendronach Scotch Single Malt 12 Year Original 750ml

Rated 94 - Fantastic aromas of vanilla, ripe red apples, ripe pumpkin, ginger, caramelized almonds and ripe apricot give way to more subtle...

Highland Scotland

For fans of fine scotch whisky, there’s nowhere quite like the Highlands. This single malt whisky region is the largest in Scotland, covering a vast swathe of the country and providing a great deal of variation, and both subtle and dramatic differences in style, flavor, aroma and character from bottle to bottle. This isn’t surprising, when you consider how varied the landscape of the Highlands is. Here, you find towering mountains, misty moorlands, urban centres and rugged coastlines, each with their own distilleries creating their own interpretations of single malt scotch whisky.

Due to it being such a large region, the Highlands produces around twenty-five percent of all Scotland’s whiskies. Thirty distilleries are still operating in the Highlands, continuing a set of whisky traditions that stretches back centuries, and always innovating and experimenting in order to achieve the best expression of their unique surroundings. Great pride is taken in maintaining traditional techniques, and alongside state of the art equipment, Highland scotch is forever pushing the possibilities and reaching new heights.

Highland scotch is difficult to pigeonhole and characterize with a set of flavors or features, because there is so much variety between the distilleries in the north, and those in the southern and central parts of this region. However, the most common flavor profiles include rich, fruit-cakey flavors, smoky notes from the production techniques which include burning peat, and dried fruit, oak and fragrant heather.