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The Highlands is by far the largest of all the whisky producing regions and offers you the greatest variations of style as well as housing some of the best-known distilleries.
One of our favourite regions, the Highlands is home to some stunning distilleries including The Dalmore, Glenmorangie and Highland Park.
Typical Style: An array of styles, Western Highlands boasts a sweet start and a dry finish as the North Highland Malts tend to have a spicier character with the Central, Southern and Eastern parts proving a mixed bunch though predominantly fruity and sweet.
Did you know? The area is generally sparsely populated, with many mountain ranges. It also includes the highest mountain in the British Isles, Ben Nevis.
The whisky was distilled after Tullibardine’s reopening in 2003, and has been matured in first-fill Bourbon barrels.Keith Geddes, master distiller at Tullibardine Distillery, said: “It is a joy to introduce the 15-year-old to the world. This whisky really is something special with an abundance of be.. read more
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Tullibardine is Gaelic for “lookout hill” and refers to a 15th century small medieval chapel located near the distillery. The '225' in the name of this Highland single malt comes from the fact that it was aged for around 12 months in 225-litre casks that previously held Sauternes dessert wine from C.. read more
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A sherry finished whisky from Tullibardine which was released in 2013 as part of their range of finishes. Matured firstly in bourbon casks, it then spent some time (12 months) in 500 litre sherry butts, most of which previously held Pedro Ximenez. Bottled at 43%, the result is something to behold... read more