Highland Scotch Whisky

When it comes to single malt Whiskies from the Highlands, there's no common denominator. Just like the landscape that can go from violet-stained moors into sea-lashed coastlines encrusted with caves, in a matter of miles, Highland single malts too, have a lot of flavour versatility to offer.

Fruitcake and oak flirt with heather and smoke in Highland Whiskies. Wild seas and impenetrable moorland dominate the landscape, creating a breeding ground for powerful peaty drams, whilst still leaving room for floral, silky elegance.

Thirsty for more? Explore Scotch Whisky and its regions: Speyside, Lowland, Islay, Campbeltown, and Islands. You can also visit Scotch Whisky distilleries.

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Ironically, considering the Highlands’ archaic resistance to the monarchy, today, only three distilleries are allowed the "Royal" epithet in their title, and all three of these are situated in the Highlands; Royal Brackla, Glenury Royal (now closed) and Royal Lachnager. 

Highland distillery Glenturret is the oldest Whisky distillery on the Scottish mainland. 
Scotch Whisky is almost never aged in new barrels. Bourbon and Tennessee Whiskey casks are usually used for maturation, while many times ageing process and flavor finishing is concluded in various wine casks, such as sherry or port.
Has the largest number of distilleries
Effectively, all the areas surrounding the Speyside region
Unrecognised sub-region of Highlands
Scotch Whisky Regions
Located south of the imaginary line between Glasgow & Edinburgh
A small, rugged island off the west coast of the mainland
Area around the town on the Kintyre peninsula
Scotch Whisky Regions
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All Highland Scotch Whisky

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The Dalmore 25 Year Old
Tomatin Cu Bocan
Glengoyne 21 Year Old
Aberfeldy 21 Year Old
Deanston Virgin Oak
Ardmore Legacy
Glenmorangie Signet
Oban Little Bay
Tomatin 18 Year Old
The Macallan Oscuro
Aberfeldy 16 Year Old
Glengoyne 18 Year Old