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Highland Park Svein Single Malt Scotch Whisky (1000ml)
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- ABV 40%
Following on from previous releases, such as Thor and the travel retail exclusives of "Leif Eriksson" and "Drakkar", comes a new range of six single malts from H.P. - the Warrior Series. Gerry Tosh, Highland Park's Global Marketing Manager, explains the collection:“The Warrior Series is a natural progression for Highland Park, both in brand terms and in global travel retail. By continuing the celebration of our rich and distinctive Norse heritage we are able to tell stories which bring the brand and its products to life. To further this evolution, the whisky maker has crafted six individual whiskies which collectively offer drinkers a new style of taste journey, still classically Highland Park from start to finish, but giving them a different and holistic experience.” Exclusive to the European travel retail market, at least initially, the first three expressions named "Svein", "Harald" and "Einar" have just hit our shelves (they appear to be already sold out in the UK). Reportedly, the range begins with a heavy influence of ex-American oak casks at the lower end, with a higher proportion of ex-European and Spanish oak influence in the more expensive lines.They are all no age statement releases. 'Svein' is a malt that one commentator summed up as "A rather nice, inexpensive session dram." It's also being described as Highland Park at its most convivial, a mirror of the hospitable and generous nature of many of the Viking leaders, including its namesake. There's a high American oak input to the flavour profile. No tasting notes available.