The Highland Park Valfather is a Single Malt Scotch Whiskey Highland Park distillery in collaboration with designer Jim Lyngvild. The latter lives in a castle-like designed his own house in the Danish town of Faaborg and has a long line of ancestors to the first Earl of Orkney (Scotland) back. The internationally renowned designer and author designed in collaboration with Highland Park, the Viking Legend Series. The inspiration for the packaging of Valfather whiskey comes from Tjängvide stone, which was found in 1844 on the Swedish island of Gotland. The Valfather is in Norse mythology, the All-Father, the father of the gods Odin. It is considered the most powerful of all gods and there in the golden hall Valhalla. Odin is associated with wisdom, knowledge, magic and poetry in combination, but also with battle rage and death. Legends say It could wild creatures such as the eight-legged flying horse Sleipnir zähmen.Der is a very smoky and spicy interpretation of Highland Park whiskey. Its natural golden color is found in the Valhalla Hall again, the ceiling was paneled loud forecast with golden shields. Highland Park Valfather stored in 100% refill casks and presents itself peaty, with versatile flavors -. To recognize as complex as Odin himself There are notes of apple, sweet pear and vanilla crème brulée, underscored by spicier notes of toasted cedar, pepper and smoke , The finish is long with a floral smoky taste and aroma of fresh Früchten.Der Highland Park Valfather whiskey is a tribute to the Nordic roots of whiskey house in the Orkney Islands is – a Scottish region where the mythological legends handed down from generation to generation , The traditional values are important to the distillery until today.
Highland Park Valfather is a single malt whisky from the Highland Park whisky distillery (located in the Highland region). The best price currently available is from Master of Malt for only £54.95 we don’t have any review data for this single malt whisky yet, let us know what you think in the comments below.