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£44.95
In stock

Product Region

United Kingdom, Highlands

Product Description

The smooth and warming flavours present in Northland come from the unhurried way in which the spirit is made, and from the maturation, which takes place in American oak quarter casks. Matured and bottled on site, Northland represents the first chapter in the history of Wolfburn

Sweet, nutty tones come to the fore, with hints of grapes and honey in the background. Floral flavours abound, enhanced with just a hint of dried fruit and spice.

More Information

More Information
Package 75cl
Region Highlands
Producer 1800
Strength ABV 46%
Origin Text

Thurso is the most northerly town on the British mainland with records dating back to Viking times, when it was under Norse Orcadian rule and a major gateway to Scandinavia and the Northern Isles. The area is fringed to the north and east by dramatic coastal scenery and is home to internationally important colonies of sea birds.

Wolfburn distillery is a Scotch whisky distillery in Thurso, Caithness, Scotland. After ceasing production in the 1860s it reopened in 2013

Delivery & Returns

We deliver to mainland UK only.

Local deliveries - 10mile radius of Newbury, are in house and usually next working day. 

Further afield, your order will be delivered by Parcelforce within two working days of being despatched by us. 

Order over £30.00? We'll send it free of charge.

For further information see our Delivery pages. 

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Wolfburn Northland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 70cl 46%

Product Origins

United Kingdom

Thurso is the most northerly town on the British mainland with records dating back to Viking times, when it was under Norse Orcadian rule and a major gateway to Scandinavia and the Northern Isles. The area is fringed to the north and east by dramatic coastal scenery and is home to internationally important colonies of sea birds.

Wolfburn distillery is a Scotch whisky distillery in Thurso, Caithness, Scotland. After ceasing production in the 1860s it reopened in 2013