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The Discovery Range
An introduction to Gordon & MacPhail’s impressive portfolio, this range is curated to offer an utterly dependable and consistent choice of their finest single malt whiskies.
Each expression sits within the bold flavour profiles of either ‘Sherry’, ‘Smoky’ or ‘Bourbon’, making these single malts the perfect match for the whisky-
The Highlands: two words which have undoubtedly come to represent, for other cultures, the passion and uniqueness of Scotland’s rich heritage. The Highlands, the largest Scotch whisky production region, successfully demonstrates a fine and diverse flavour balancing act.
Geographically, this region an enormous part of Scotland’s awe-
As diverse as the landscape, so is the body of breathtaking single malts, each with undisputed character, flavour, and personality. In the North, within two hours of one another are the distilleries of Pulteney, Clynelish, Balblair, and Dalmore.
Each is unique and together, they exemplify the diverse character of the Highland spirit: from the meaty robustness of Pulteney to the complex treasure of Dalmore; from Clynelish’s waxy and fragrant spirit to the gentle delicacy of Balblair.
A journey from east to west or north to south will discover a number of other styles and flavours that complement the varied Highland portfolio exemplified by Ardmore’s rich, dry smokiness counterpointed by the bold, dried fruitiness of Glenglassaugh.
The region is not without its long, lost Highlanders, many of which are now beginning to receive the attention they truly deserve. One of the lost gems is the increasingly scarce and highly sought after Brora spirit. Equally deserving of mention are the spicy and mysterious bottlings from Glen Mhor and Glenesk, the aromatic beauty of Banff, and the luscious, intensely tropical fruitiness of Lochside.
All Highland whiskies make a true feast for the senses, represented across all of our ranges.
Established in 1790, Balblair is one of a few distilleries in Scotland that can trace their roots back to the eighteenth century. Set in a beautiful location in Edderton, Ross-
As a single malt, Balblair heads into a sweet, buttery territory, working extremely well in a variety of casks -
Balblair 12 Years Old 43%