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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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Aberfeldy Scotch Single Malt 21yr 750ml

Rated 94 - Inviting aromas of cinnamon buns, dried fruits and toffee are sweet on the nose. In the mouth it is floral and earthy with supporting...
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Glenfarclas Scotch Single Malt 12 Year 750ml

Rated 94 - Sweet aromas of baked goods and spices are warm and nutty. Light and airy on the palate with plenty of bright and salty caramel, grain...
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Glenmorangie Scotch Single Malt 10 Year The Original 750ml

Rated 94 - Aromas are subtle with lemons, honey, apples and light brown sugar. It is medium light in the mouth with red apple flavors that develop...
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Glenmorangie Scotch Single Malt 12 Year Quinta Ruban 750ml

Rated 94 - Warm and toasty fruit aromas of pomegranate, cranberry and candied orange peel hint at deeper notes of breakfast cereal. Palate is...
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Glenmorangie Scotch Single Malt Lasanta 750ml

Rated 93 - Aged in Bourbon casks for 10 years, then "extra matured" for two years in Oloroso Sherry casks. The result is luxe and rich, a fine...
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Glenmorangie Scotch Single Malt Nectar D'or 750ml

Rated 96 - Smells of smoky, burnt nectarine, apricot and buttery scents that are toasty, nutty and heavenly. Entry is chewy, viscous, concentrated...
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Glenmorangie Scotch Single Malt Signet 750ml

Rated 95 - This dark and luscious spirit is made using "high roast" malted barley to coax out chocolate and espresso flavors, then married with...
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Knockdhu Distillery Ancnoc Scotch Single Malt 22 Year 750ml

Highland Single Malt Scotch "The anCnoc 22 Years Old has been bottled in its most natural form - neither chill-filtered nor coloured, and as a...
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Knockdhu Distillery Ancnoc Scotch Single Malt Cutter Limited Edition 750ml

Rated 91 - Clear straw color. Smoky, fruity aromas of herbal honey, white embers, peach danish, and spicy bbq rub with a glycerous, lively, fruity...
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Oban Scotch Single Malt 14 Year 750ml

Rated 92 - Dark gold hue. Rich toffee and butterscotch notes on the nose. There is a hint of salt water in the aroma, while the palate is...
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Tomatin Scotch Single Malt 18 Year 750ml

Rated 96 - Wonderfully generous and complex offering scents of sweet Sherry, baked apples, cinnamon, and dark chocolate with accents of smoke and...

Highland Scotch Scotch Whiskey Scotland Spirits

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.

When people think of fine whisky, their minds typically turn to Scotland. This wild at windy country, battered by the north sea and dotted with mountains, lochs and moors, has been the home of high-quality whisky for over six hundred years. During this time, it has forged a reputation over these centuries which has proven difficult to beat, and which has influenced the rest of the world, from America to Japan and beyond.

The term Scotch refers to either malt or grain whisky, which must be made in one of Scotland’s specified whisky regions, with practices and techniques strictly controlled by a series of stringent regulations. One such regulation is that Scotch must be aged for a minimum of three years, and that the age of the whisky must be clearly printed on the bottle. The quality and style of whisky varies quite significantly from place to place, with certain regions producing light and grassy whisky styles, and others using time-honored practices such as burning peat (a type of moorland soil) during the fermentation to imbue a smoky, earthy character.

There are five categories of Scotch, and each has its own set of distinctive characteristics and typical flavors and aromas. These are single malt Scotch (often referred to as the connoisseur's choice), blended malt Scotch, single grain Scotch, blended grain Scotch and blended Scotch whisky.