Highland Whisky

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Highland Whisky

Scotland’s largest whisky-producing region stretches from just north of Glasgow in the south all the way up to John O’Groats at the very top of the nation. As result, the whiskies of the region are exceptionally varied and diverse, from big and bold single malts in the north, to lighter, fruitier varieties in the south. You’ll find most of Scottish whisky’s famous names here – so it’s a category well worth exploring.

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Ancnoc Blas Whisky

R1,380.00

Ancnoc Blas Blas, Gaelic for ‘taste’, has been created in partnership with Scottish fashion designer Patrick Grant.  The unique bottle and tube design embodies everything anCnoc represents; its Highland home, rich heritage and the...

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Ancnoc Cutter

R1,445.00

Ancnoc Cutter The Cutter is a hand tool used to cut peat from less wet, shallower bogs.  This means the peat it reveals is drier and therefore more easily burnt producing a whisky that has a medium-heavy smokiness, in this case, with a phenol...

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Ancnoc Flaughter

R1,445.00

Ancnoc Flaughter The Flaughter spade is used to remove the top layer of peat which is richer, more rooty and produces more reek. This gives a heavier, smokier flavour to the whisky, in this case, with a PPM of 14.8. Colour anCnoc Flaughter is pale...

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Ancnoc Rascan Whisky

R1,380.00

Ancnoc Rascan Whisky The Rascan tool is used to break up the top level of rough ground and prepare the land for peat harvesting. It clears the heather turf to expose the peat used to produce a whisky, in this case, with a PPM of 11.1. Colour Muted...

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