Highland Park 50 Year Old
One of the most talked about releases of recent years, this 50 year old is the oldest whisky bottled by Highland Park.
This incredibly rare bottling of Highland Park was bottled from a combination of five refill casks from 1960. The casks were married together to 'harmonise' their flavours before being bottled, a process Highland Park calls 'cask harmonisation'.
The bottle has been designed by New York based Jeweller Maeve Gillies who grew up in Edinburgh. The bottle which is created from hand-crafted sterling silver is inspired by the forces of nature and in particular the sea, using her jewellery making expertise the bottle features a metallic 'net' design, a piece of Orkney sandstone carved with the Highland Park logo and a hidden silver replica of the Rose Window from St Magnus Cathedral.
One of only 275 bottles produced.
Outer packaging is included.
Please be advised that the absence of any specific condition reports does not imply that this bottle is in perfect condition. We recommend close inspection of all images prior to placing any bids, and any further information required can be provided upon request.
Due to the various ages of bottles and their seals, condition of liquid is at the buyer's discretion and no claim can be lodged against failure/leakage in transit.