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Single Malt Scotch is whisky made in Scotland using a pot still distillation process at a single distillery, with malted barley as the only grain ingredient. As with any Scotch whisky, a Single Malt Scotch must be distilled in Scotland and matured in oak casks in Scotland for at least three years (most single malts are matured longer).
- "Malt" indicates that the whisky is distilled from a single "malted" grain. Several types of grains can be malted (for example, barley, rye and wheat are all grains which can be malted); however, in the case of single malt Scotch, barley is always the (only) grain used.
- "Single" indicates that all the malts in the bottle come from a single distillery. Multi-distillery malts are usually called "blended malt", "vatted malt" or "pure malt".
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Highland Park 15 Years Single Malt  750ML      
Appearance: Full golden, clear and bright Nose: ... more
Sku: 14056
Reg. $79.99
 
Highland Park 18 Years Single Malt  750ML      
First released in 1997, Highland Park immediately  more
Sku: 14057
Reg. $119.99
 
Highland Park 30 Years  750ML      
Until the launch of the 40 year old, this was the  more
Sku: 15697
Reg. $599.99
 
Highland Park Scotch Single Malt 15 Year Loki  750ML      
Nose: A spirited lift of dried bitter orange ... more
Sku: 20169
Reg. $299.99
 
Highland Park Scotch Single Malt 25 Year  750ML     
First released in 1998, Highland Park 25 Years ... more
Sku: 20361
Reg. $399.99
 
Scapa Scotch Single Malt 16Yr  750ML     
Scapa is unique for an island whisky as its ... more
Sku: 18084
Reg. $89.99
 
Highland Park Scotch Single Malt 50Yr  750ml     
Appearance: Clear and bright with burnished ... more
Sku: 1760939*
Reg. $23849.99
On Sale $19874.99
 
Highland Park 12 Years Single Malt  750ML      
The first proprietary bottling of Highland Park ... more
Sku: 14055
Reg. $49.99
 
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