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Highland Park Reveals 54-Year-Old


Highland Park has released limited quantities of a 54-year-old single malt – their oldest Scotch whisky to date – as a celebration of the distillery’s upcoming 225th anniversary.

Highland Park 54-Year-Old was originally matured in four refill butts and six refill hogsheads, which were then combined in 2008 and poured into first-fill European Sherry butts, where it aged for the remaining 14 years, was bottled at 46.9% alcohol by volume [93.8 proof] and is said to offer notes of coriander, cumin, fenugreek, jasmine, kiwi, lychee, pistachio, rose and peat.

Only 225 bottles – honoring the anniversary – of Highland Park 54-Year-Old are being made available in the UK for $47,000 per bottle.

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