Whisky Review: Highland Park 2000 Thomson Brothers 19 Year

Given the dancing norseman / viking on the front, albeit how loopy his arms are, this can only be Highland Park

Highland Park 2000 Thomson Brothers 19 Year / 57.1% ABV

  • Color: burnished (1.1)
  • Nose: musty lemons, coastal peat, custard pudding; salt
  • Taste: spicy earl grey tea, white pepper, confectionary lavender; peat
  • Finish: quite long and oily, it lingers zestily with a bit of oak-aged honey

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Elliott

Personal interests in literature, SF, and whisky/whiskey/scotch, Software Engineer by Trade