Highland Park 30 Years (Bot. 2007) Tasting Notes
Now in its new flat livery and coming in a wooden box – we hope that like at Ikea’s, it does not come from intact natural forests ;-). Colour: full gold. Nose: almost exactly the same whisky as the ‘2006’, with maybe just a little more sherry but that may well be only an impression. Great nose. Mouth: exactly the same whisky as the 2006 version. No need for further comments... SGP:553 - 91 points.
|Classification||Single Malt Whisky|
|ABV/ Volume||48.1%/ 70cl|
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