In 2008, Highland Park Master Whisky Maker Gordon Motion came across 10 refill casks distilled 40 years earlier. While the light-colored spirit inside was remarkable on its own, he had other plans and placed the liquid into first-fill sherry-seasoned casks where it would reside for another 14 years. The result is Highland Park 54-Year-Old Scotch Whisky, the brand's oldest and rarest release thus far. It has a highly complex flavor, with hints of everything from oak and peat to jasmine and kiwi, and arrives in a decanter inspired by the Cliffs of Yesnaby, inside a detailed wooden presentation case. It's limited to just 225 bottles, one for each year of the brand's history.