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Highland Park 30 Year Old

Highland Park 30 Year Old


First released in new packaging in 2007, this is undoubtedly one of the best presented whiskies on the market. Wonderful tasting stuff too, with honeyed sweetness, heathery-toffee notes and a brooding smokiness. Typically great Highland Park then.

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Highland Park 30 Offical Tasting Notes

Colour: Natural colour; dark red golden, clear and bright.
Bouquet: Very rich, mature oak; chocolate; fudge.
Palate: Full, rich burst of flavour; soft honey; nutty toffee.
Finish: Rich, long and surprisingly sweet for its age.
Overall: Highland Park 30 Year Old merits time and attention. It has spent 30 years maturing so treat it with respect; you’ll discover the characteristic fudge sweetness together with complex aromatic spices and dark chocolate orange. It has a drying finish, leaving a gentle smoky flavour and a mildly salty aftertaste – the result of 30 years ageing in the Orkney sea spray

Highland Park 30 Details

Country: Scotland
Region: Island Whisky
Distillery: Highland Park
Bottler: Highland Park
Age: 30 year old Whisky
Style: Single Malt Whisky
Alcohol: 48.1%
Volume: 70cl

2 reviews for Highland Park 30 Year Old

  1. admin

    Tasting Notes By Paul Pacult
    Nose: Unsweetened coconut, bacon fat, and dark toffee.
    Palate: Lusciously rich, even opulent in texture but still contains enough acidity to be fresh.
    Finish: Long, toffee-like, and graceful.
    Comment: What can I say about this stellar Orkney Islands distillery that I haven’t said many times before? The classiest act in distillery Scotland.

  2. admin

    Tasting Note by The Master of Malt
    The nose is full and rich. Some floral notes develop with hints of acacia honey. Dark toffee with honeycomb and notes of juicy sultana. There are some date notes with a touch of sugary fresh pastry. The palate is warm and rich. Notes of winter spice and sherried raisins, hints of mixed peels and manuka honey sweetness. A little mocchaccino note lies somewhere in the mix with a little rum. The finish is long with toasty oaked spice.

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