Highland Park 21 (1959)

Country: Scotland
Region: Highlands
Type: Single Malt
Bottler: Distiller
ABV: 40%
Score: 95 points

You’ll probably never get to try this, but it’s worth knowing what old-school single malts tasted like. The nose has great smokiness, mango and grapefruit notes, and some brininess. The taste is smoky and peppery with a muted touch of citrus underneath, and the citrus notes linger nicely on the finish. If you’re ever offered a chance to taste this, go for it!

Mark Gillespie

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