Port Dundas 11yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

Port Dundas 11yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing) I've been through a couple of this bottles, and a sample, before getting round to finally writing my notes on this, its just so damn drinkable.

spicy, smoky, almost like tequila or mezcal this is a dram that looks tame but has bite, hints of mocha and a lot of sweetness, a dram i love and hope you do too.

Available to pick up at Robert Graham and other specialist retailers


instantly not as light as the colour would have you believe, sugar coated wasabi peanuts, tequila like smoky cask char and vegetation, hints of those coffee sweets from a box of lily o'briens chocolates

light and creamt, sugary chantilly cream, quite fresh, touches of leafy herbacious notes, milk chocolat and gently smokes meats but without the meatiness, barley sugars and spiced mixed nuts

quite long lasting, fresh sugary cream and leafiness

Bottle Name: Port Dundas 11yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing)
Age: 11
ABV: 48.40
Distiller: Port Dundas
Bottler: Douglas Laing
Type: Single Grain
From: Scotland, Lowland

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