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. Toward the south there are lighter, fruitier whiskies with a definite dryness.
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About The Highland Region
As a very vague rule of thumb, the Highlands region is one of big-bodied whiskies, often peated and smoky, often very powerful. The Highlands is such a large, diverse region that is difficult to categorize their whiskies accurately. Technically speaking, the Islands has not been officially recognised as a region of its own and, as such, is included in the Highlands appellation. For the sake of precise classification, we shall choose to note the separation.
Aberfeldy 1994 Aged 22 Years
Bourbon Hogshead - 53.3%vol - Cask No. 16019 - 212 bottles£93.50
Invergordon 1973 – Aged 43 Years
American Oak Barrel - 52.3%vol£200.00
Royal Brackla 2006 Aged 10 Years
Bourbon Hogshead - 59.8%vol - 182 bottles£53.00
Strathmore 1970 Miniature£28.00
Tullibardine 1980 Aged 34 Years
Sherry Hogshead - 48.3%vol - Cask No. 14038 -146 Bottles£390.00
Tullibardine 1989 Miniature£14.50
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