A special bottling of only 30,000 bottles which delves into the world of classic Norse mythology. In bespoke blue coloured glass reflecting dazzling and glittering ice, the bottle shape has been designed especially to evoke the distinctive sharpness and coolness of the Ice Realm.
The bottle is encased in a stunning mountain shaped, oak wood cradle with wooden stopper. The circle design of the glass represents the circle of life – the creation of the world, protected by a serpent, a mythical creature central to classic Norse mythology.
Naturally radiant and vivid in colour; glacial, mirror-like brightness
Vivid aromas of cool, fresh pineapple and ripe mango sorbet come to life - in this celebration of glacial character. Silvery shards of smoke give way to the frosty kick of root ginger.
Like the Ice Giants themselves, the palate is powerful yet mellifluous. In true Highland Park style, the combination of an silvery, misty peat smoke is inter-twined with pearlescent vanilla seeds and overtones of molten orris root .
Beautifully balanced, the creamy, rich, oily finish snowballs into long lingering woodiness and dry, feverish spices, providing a scintillating and harmonious whisky to savour.
|Classification||Single Malt Whisky|
|ABV/ Volume||53.9%/ 70cl|
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