The Highland Park Ingvar is a special edition cask strength whisky that was released only for the Taiwanese market. Matured in a mixture of bourbon and sherry casks, this one is rich, full-bodied and very well-rounded. Peppery spice, citrus, butterscotch and hints of sultanas combine with that legendary Highland Park peat smoke to create a dram that is both tasty and warming. Coming in at a strong 60.5%, this one is really powerful.
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