Recent Event Highlights: Highland Park ranks No1 in Spirits Journal 2010 - Harpers Wine & Spirit Trade Review, Highland Park wins again, Memorial Day events scheduled throughout region - Post-Bulletin, Turning up the heat at Metromix's jam-packed tasting event - Metromix New York, Interview: Ken Grier, the man behind the success of The Macallan and Highland Park - Scotsman Whisky, Asia Refines Taste for Scotch - Wall Street Journal, and 90 more...
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Brandweek MagazineRémy Cointreau Names SVP of MarketingBrandweek MagazineIts brand portfolio includes Remy Martin Cognac, Cointreau Liqueur, The Macallan Scotch Whisky and Highland Park Scotch Whisky, among others. ...and more »
Pittsburgh Post GazetteCreamy butterscotch full of flavor for desserts and so much morePittsburgh Post GazetteJoseph Tambellini's Highland Park restaurant serves an Ultimate Butterscotch Cake -- warm butterscotch pound cake with vanilla-bean ice cream alongside, ...
Mumbai MirrorWhis-key to great diningMumbai MirrorA good scotch, like a 12-year-old Highland Park for example, paired with a strong flavoured cheese like a Roquefort and gorgonzola is excellent. ...
Highland Park ranks No1 in Spirits Journal 2010Harpers Wine & Spirit Trade ReviewDistributed by Maxxium UK, the Highland Park 18 year old single malt ranks as the number one Scotch for the third consecutive time, while Highland Park 25 ...
...salty/peaty/maritime on the one hand; intensely malty on the other. If I could only select but one Scotch whisky, Highland Park 18 year old would remain that very special singular choice. A masterpiece to savour many times before one dies." Commenting on hitting...
NJ Boys Track: Complete results from the Group ChampionshipsNJ.com3-Teaneck 33. 4-Highland Reg., Morristown and Ocean Twp. 26. 7-Burlington Twp. 24. 8-Millburn 19. 9-Lakewood 15. 10-Scotch Plains and Cumberland 14. ...and more »
Memorial Day events scheduled throughout regionPost-BulletinGraveside services begin at 7:30 am at Highland Lutheran Church, 9:15 am at Burr Oak Cemetery, 9:30 am at Prosper Cemetery, 9:45 am at Hesper Cemetery, ...and more »
Turning up the heat at Metromix's jam-packed tasting eventMetromix New YorkLuckily, Huynh's patient fans had some diversion: His table was next to a bar serving bottomless scotch whisky from Highland Park, beer from Samuel Adams, ...and more »
Scotsman WhiskyInterview: Ken Grier, the man behind the success of The Macallan and Highland ParkScotsman WhiskyGrier drives the global marketing machine behind Edrington's two single malt brands – the Speyside Macallan and the Orkney-distilled Highland Park. ...
MoodieReportEdrington Group announces travel retail team changeMoodieReportThe Famous Grouse Scotch whisky remains the number two standard blend in travel retail; The Macallan is the second biggest single malt; while Highland Park ...
Asia Refines Taste for ScotchWall Street JournalMr. Pattison:Two years ago, in Singapore, I spent a very special evening tasting four wonderful whiskeys: a Highland Park Cask, a Macallan 50 year-old, ...
Gerry Tosh talks us through the basics of distillation at Highland Park Distillery
The ancient kilns at Highland Park is where we burn the peat to create the smokey flavour into Highland Park
To get the flavour into Highland park we need to burn the aromatic peat from the islands but we also need to burn coke which burns at a higher temperature with no smoke and is used to dry the barley.
Second of 3 parts in the traditional method of floor malting. This is something only a handful of distilleries still continue to do and Highland Park has the biggest floor malting in Scotland
Gerry Tosh chats to Jason (ex-marketing manager) at Highland Park regarding the new designs for vintages
Gerry Tosh speaks with Jason (ex-marketing manager) of Highland Park regarding the new Earl Magnus limited edition
Gerry Tosh talks with Jason (Ex-marketing manager) of Highland Park regarding the dark arts of marketing
Gerry Tosh speaks to Gordon Motion Master Blender for all Edrington products about chilll filtration and how to do it properly
Gerry Tosh Talk with Gordon motion about the process of whisky filtration. Part 2 of 2
Gerry Tosh speak to Max McFarlane our master Blender on how the skills involved in putting Highland Park whisky together
Gerry Tosh talks to George Espie, managing director of the Clyde Cooperage about the importance of wood
Gerry talk with Russell about the technical aspects of distillation
Russell and Gerry chat have an indepth conversation on what mashing and fermentation is like at Highland Park
Russell Anderson explain to Gerry Tosh how the peat flavour is imparted onto the barley in thre Pagoda roof
The ancient kilns at Highland Park is where we burn the peat to create the smokey flavour into Highland Park. Russell talk gives us real insight into what actually happens during this process
Russell Anderson our distillery manager takes us through in detail the floor malting at Highland Park Distillery
Gerry Tosh chats us through quickly the process of mashing and fermentation at Highland Park
First of 3 parts in the traditional method of floor malting. This is something only a handful of distilleries still continue to do and Highland Park has the biggest floor malting in Scotland
Second of 2 parts on what is peat and how does it effect the flavour of our whisky but most importantly why does the climate around Orkney make it different from all other peat using whiskies
First of 2 parts on what is peat and how does it effect the flavour of our whisky but most importantly why does the climate around Orkney make it different from all other peat using whiskies
Gerry (Whisky Ambassador of the year 2010) walks you through a simple formula for whisky tasting. This is designed for the novice and will hopefully help people experience whisky more fully.
Hjarta is a natural strength 12 year old Highland Park expression available only from the distillery, in our on-line shop and in Scandinavia, limited to approximately 3900 bottles. Orkney has never forgotten its Scandinavian heritage; Hjarta is the ancient Norse word for heart and the whisky has been launched to mark the total refurbishment of our visitor centre, itself a celebration of the rich history of the Islands. The whisky has been created by Max MacFarlane, Whisky Maker, and is bottled at 58.1% ABV.
Highland Park Bicentenary
Gerry Talks about the whisky he picked for the Highland Park Ambassador Cask series
Highland Park 40 year old is not a here today, gone tomorrow single cask we uncovered in the warehouse. Through foresight, we are blessed with stocks of aged whisky. Many other distilleries would love to be in this enviable position. As it is not a single cask, but a vatting of casks each of which is at least 40 years old, the tasting notes are broader in scope. At Highland Park we use a variety of casks; different sizes, different wood and different stages in the life of the cask. This is fundamental as the greatest influence on the final flavour of our whisky comes from the wood used in maturation.
The flagship variant of the Highland Park range was first released in April 2005. By its very nature, this whisky is only available in limited quantities. It is, however, worth seeking out as the ultimate expression of the distillerys character.
First released in 1998, Highland Park 25 Years Old is a phenomenal whisky; it has a rich amber glow and an unmistakable taste of smokiness and heather honey with, as you would expect from Highland Park, a hint of peat. The remarkable complexity of this whisky is due in part to the fact that half of it is matured in first fill Sherry casks. These are very expensive and generally used sparingly in the industry. However, they impart maximum flavour; Highland Park 25 Year Old proves it.
First released as a UK exclusive in 2003, Highland Park 15 Year Old is a fabulously smooth, easy to drink single malt with a luxuriously light floral flavour and a gentle smokey finish.
This variant of Highland Park has been created exclusively for global travel retail and duty free markets. Released in October 2007, Highland Park 21 Year Old is a full flavoured, powerful , sweet single malt with a rich smokey finish.
This variant of Highland Park is exclusively for global travel retail and duty free markets and was first released in October 2005. Highland Park 16 Year Old is gloriously smooth, sweet single malt with an island-infused flavour and a rich smokey finish.
The first proprietary bottling of Highland Park single malt Scotch whisky was as a 12 year old in 1979. It remains the core expression of the Highland Park range and is a smooth, balanced single malt, with a rich full flavour and a gentle smokey finish.
A gentle introduction into the making of Highland Park and the 5 things that make them special
www.highlandpark.co.uk An introduction to Orkney and Highland Park.
This is the first "March of the Scotch" an event spurred by the famous bet between two HOOKAH directors in 2009.
Extract from a 60 min video I have put together of Loch Lomond. A walk from the Drovers Inn at the north western corner of the loch
Excellent food and beverages. Lots of tasty things done with Highland Park Single Malt Scotch. Our palates were thoroughly and delightfully educated
This is part 2: Be sure to check out part 1 here: www.youtube.com A couple of weeks ago I reviewed Old Engine Oil form Harviestoun Brewery. I was very impressed. The beer was very well balanced and had a great aroma and flavor. I really enjoyed it and was looking forward to trying one of their Ola Dubh series. Well, the long holiday weekend was perfect for trying the Ola Dubh 12, which is aged in casks from Highland Park Distillery that produce their world famous 12 yr Scotch. I called my buddy Randy and he agreed that it would be fun to try the beer as well as the Scotch. So, Pam and I ventured over to Randy's house where we met another friend, Erik and his wife, for a nice dinner by the pool and a tasting if the beer and scotch.