Highland Park 10 Year Old pays tribute to Viking enduring influence on Orkney and the value they placed on skilled craftsmanship and a steadfast work ethic. Centuries ago, long before Orkney became part of Scotland, it belonged to the vast Viking Kingdom. Magnus Eunson, who founded Highland Park in 1798, was a direct descendant of those early Viking pioneers who settled there, becoming part of Orkney and leaving their mark on the landscape, culture and people. Does that shape the character of Highland Park whisky? Without a shadow of a doubt.
A naturally light and golden coloured whisky, Highland Park 10-Year-Old delivers citrus fruits, vanilla, peppery spices, and heather peat, with a light smoke influence. Aged in American oak casks (Quercus Alba) for a minimum of 10 years & combined with sherry cask matured whiskey of the same age. Predominantly American oak-driven, with spice, raisins & exotic fruits coming from sherry seasoned European oak.
Spicy, peardrops, fruity, light smoke
Sweet vanilla, light spicy, cedar wood, lightly peaty/smoky
Lingering sweet and spicy notes
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