A modern day Viking, Jim Lyngvild – the internationally renowned Danish designer – is responsible for creating the packaging for all three Single Malts in the Viking Legend series. Lyngvild’s 36th great grandfather was Ragnvald Eysteinsson, the first Earl of the Orkney Islands
There are three seats left to next week’s Friday 26 March 2021 GREAT CHAMPAGNE & SINGLE MALT DINNER at the Conrad Centennial Singapore.
You will be enjoying Champagne Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée, Millesime 2007, Laurent-Perrier Rosé, and Grand Siecle No 24 (2nd Place in 100 Best Champagnes of the World).
Apart from seven bottles of Champagne to be served at dinner – please use public transport to get home – participants are in for an additional treat.
You will taste the entire Highland Park Viking Legend releases of Valkyrie, Valknut, and Valfather.
All three Single Malts are top award winners.
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Described as the whisky with the Viking Soul, Highland Park Viking Legend comprises three Single Malts.
Valkyrie was awarded Chairman’s Trophy Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2017 scoring 99 out of 100 points. Bottled at 45.9% alcohol, Valkyrie was aged in a combination of sherry seasoned European and American oak casks and ex-bourbon casks.
Valknut is the second in the Viking Legend series. It won Double Gold San Francisco Spirits Competition 2019. Bottled at 46.8% alcohol, and using a higher proportion of the Orkney’s local peated malt, it was matured in sherry seasoned European and American oak casks, and ex-bourbon casks.
Valfather is the final whisky in the Viking Legend series. It won Gold World Whisky Awards 2020. Valfather is the most peated whisky of the series. Bottled at 47% alcohol, it was aged entirely in Highland Park’s finest refill casks to ensure that all that peat is balanced with subtle layers of flavour and character.
The packaging for Viking Legend three Single Malts was created by Jim Lyngvild, the Danish designer and artist of international renown. Lyngvild’s 36th great grandfather was Ragnvald Eysteinsson, the first Earl of the Orkney Islands.