Who does not remember the visually stunning (and ultra-premium) 50-year-old Highland Park designed by Maeve Gillies?

It looks like Highland Park has another small stock of 50 year old single malt in its Orkney warehouses. A label for 274 bottles with the new viking-inspired artwork was filed in the Colas database.

I have a feeling quite a few kidneys and mother-in-laws from HP fans will be offered on the secondary market to obtain a bottle of this.

Identity Card Highland Park 50


  • Official bottling from Highland Park Distillery
  • 50-year-old single malt
  • Outturn: 274 bottles
  • Alcohol: 42.5% ABV

Entries from the TTB Public Registry (Alcohol and Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau) are a fairly reliable source for upcoming new whiskies. Although not all entries make it to the market. There’s always the possibility a brand decides not to launch a whisky, even if the label has been approved. Until the distillery sends out a press release, this whisky should be considered a rumour…

Source: Colas Online