- Highland Park 28 Year Old 1984 Director's Cut
Highland Park 28 Year Old 1984 vintage Island single malt Scotch whisky. Single hogshead cask #9968 bottled September 2013 by Douglas Laing & Co. for the Director's Cut range.
Nose: Opens sweetly carrying a real spiced caramel character + toasted barley malt.
Palate: Mouthcoatingly spiced - warming to charred biscuits + a gently smoked quality.
Finish: Long – developing to sweet tobacco & a treacle on burnt toast style.
Highland Park Distillery
Highland Park Single Malt Whisky
Highland Park Distillery is the most northerly malt whisky distillery in Scotland and thus the closest Scottish distillery to the Arctic Circle. Highland Park was established on the periphery of Kirkwall in the Mainland of Orkney in 1825-26 by Robert Borwick, a merchant and straw plaiter in Kirkwall, and John Robertson who owned the land previously known as Rosebank but by 1825 known as Highland Park. Whisky had been distilled illicitly in the vicinity of the Parks of Rosebank by Magnus Eunson least as far back as 1798. Highland Park 12 Year Old, 18 Year Old and 21 Year Old are popular releases.