The Highlands region cover a vast area of Scotland and encompasses a large range of styles of whisky. The Speyside region also lies within the Highland region and there are definitely some similarities between the two when it comes to whiskey styles. However many Highland malts can be quite smoky, especially those from the western highland but also some from the eastern area. Further south and north they tend to be softer with many northern malts having what is described as a 'coastal character'.
The first release of Tomatin whisky to be matured in a Caribbean rum cask. This has the typical smoo..
€62.00 Ex Tax: €50.40
A superb full-strength Tomatin which has been drawn from a combination of Bourbon and Sherry cask ma..
€72.99 Ex Tax: €59.34
2 bottles each containing 35cl.
This is a twin pack with two half bottles of Tomatin. One has been exclusively aged in Bourbon casks..
€150.99 Ex Tax: €122.76
A 1980s bottling of Highland Distillery, Tullibardine 10 Year Old single malt. Old square-shape bott..
€150.00 Ex Tax: €121.95
The first widely available bottling from the newly formed Wolfburn Distillery. This is a great start..
€30.00 Ex Tax: €24.39