Highland Single Malts come from a region, north of the River Tay to the top of the Scottish mainland, although the area does descend south to north of Glasgow as well. The wide variety of styles of whiskies from the distilleries means there isn't really a 'Highland style', contrary to what many people believe.
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10% offTomatin Legacy 70cl

Tomatin Legacy 70cl

£27.00 £30.00

If you like toasted Marshmallows this is the whisky for you! Lemon drops, vanilla and heather ont he nose with some lovely pineapple and apples on the finish.
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Glengoyne 10 Year Old 70cl
Fresh green apples, toffee and a hint of nuttiness. This is the taste of distilling slower than anyone else in Scotland, and it is one of the most gentle and elegant whiskies you'll find.
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5% offTomatin 12 Year Old 70cl

Tomatin 12 Year Old 70cl

£40.00 £42.00

A great beginners Malt, subtle sherry, some peppery spice and a lot of cashew nuts. The palate is a bit like a toffee apple but with butterscotch instead of the caramel.
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Glengoyne 12 Year Old 70cl
91.5 points from Jim Murray So who cares what a critic says? Well you should as with this whisky he is on the nail. A fantastic drop with citrus, coconut and wood on the nose with a cinnamon apple and...
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Cu Bochan Signature by Tomatin 70cl
"Sweet, honey, coconut and chocolate on the nose with a treacle, coffee and paprika spice, followed by maple syrup and cinnamon." In Bourbon Barrel, Oloroso Sherry and North American Virgin Oak.
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Glengoyne 18 Year Old 70cl
I used to love Glengoyne's 17 year old and was sad when it went to the great whisky cellar in the sky. Who cares now, this 18 year old is on the shelf? Lots of citrus and fruit cake with...
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