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Single Malt from the Highlands takes on many shapes and forms. Because the region is so vast it is difficult to make sweeping statements. Typically, single malt from the region is put into four subregions, named for the cardinal compass points. To the north there are big bodied single malts, with cereal sweetness and richness, take The Dalmore, for example. Toward the south there are lighter, fruitier whiskies with a definite dryness. Aberfeldy is a shining example of this. To the east there are some full-bodied, dry whiskies with lots of fruit and pungency. The superb Glen Garioch is one such single malt distillery. The Western Highlands offer full body and real power with peaty, smoky overtones, nearer the coast there are some more maritime flavoured whiskies too. The most popular Highland single malt - if Speyside is treated as a separate region (Speyside, of course, is situated in the Highlands) - is Glenmorangie.
Typically has unerringly good selections of whisky and this single malt Scotch whisky from Glen Ord distillery demonstrates that fact. It was matured in a single first-fill oloroso sherry butt for nine years
This single malt from Ben Nevis joins The Wild Scotland Collection, independently bottled by Deerstalker! Those folks certainly hunted down a good cask here, containing single malt distilled in 2012, and matured for nine years.
Glorious Glen Garioch single malt, distilled in 2012 and matured for ten years in a single cask. This expression joins the Wild Scotland Collection from indie bottler Deerstalker, and features a polecat on the label, showing off its impressive claws.
Distilled in June 2009, this expression spent a dozen years hanging out in a single bourbon hogshead, which was opened up in November 2021 to release a total outturn of 209 bottles.
This single malt was distilled by Deanston in 2011 and eventually independently bottled by the folks at Deerstalker for its Wild Scotland Collection. After a decade of maturation,
This 13 year old single malt was distilled at Teaninich back in June 2008. The whisky was matured in a single cask for 13 years, before the fab gang at Old Goonsy's Malt decided it was time to crack it open and bottle it up in June 2021!
A fabulous addition to the Wild Scotland Collection from indie bottler Deerstalker! Distilled at Loch Lomond in 2010, under the Croftengea name used for its peated expressions, this single malt was allowed to mature for 11 years in a single cask.
Nose – Sweet at first, then slight Dry Oak, more Fruity Flavours, Fruitcake and some Orange Spices
Palate – Sharp burst of Spices at first, then some Orange Peel
Finish – Very smooth finish, some Fruitcake, slight spices with a lingering taste
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