When we were guided through the shop after the tour at Highland Park, my eye fell on this ceramic bottle from Highland Park. I took it home because it was Dearly Beloved's favorite of the tasting. Time to thoroughly test it myself. Ah... the sherry casks have really done their job. In addition to caramel and honey, I get a nice touch of cereal and café latté. The attention is mainly attracted by apricots, peach and green grapes. Another hint of milk chocolate with hazelnuts and all wrapped in a soft blanket of smoke. Very good! The body could have been just a little, but in terms of taste this is certainly good. Again apricots and peach, although the candied version this time. The peat smoke returns and becomes relatively large, while pepper and other wood spices make your mouth completely warm. Caramel and coffee are again present. The finish is medium length on more of the same, but with a soft touch of ashes like from a drying campfire on the deathbed. This reminds me much more of the HP releases of yesteryear. You pay around 115 EUR for this, which is honestly a bit much to my liking. But it is certainly tasty. And the bottle looks nice too.