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Highland Park

First licensed in 1824, the Highland Park distillery was reportedly opoerating as early as the 1790's. Run by a (apparently slightly shady) preacher by the name of Magnus Eunson, it is rumoured that he evaded taxes by hiding his whisky in "a number of creative locations".
Highland Park's distinctive taste is said to be attributed to the local Heather which is mixed with the peat (also locally grown) used to malt the barley.

Colour: Glowing Amber

Nose: Smoky, sweet with a touch tones of sweet heather, citrus and malt.

Palate: Exceptionally soft, round and full

Finish: Teasing, heathery and delicious