This dram is a sister cask to the Mystery Single Grain that i tried at Douglas Laing a couple of years back.
If i was pushed i'd always say i preferred Malt whisky to Grain whisky and ex Bourbon to Ex Sherry but this dram has changed that for me.
This new range of single grains is right up my street, after the Clan Denny 9 Year Old Strathclyde I'm even more excited about the possibilities in this range as that dram is one of my all time top dr
This Syndicate 58/6 12 Year Old was tasted back in April 2014 on a visit to Douglas Laing HQ in Glasgow.
This Tamdhu 10 Year Old 2002 - Single Minded was tasted back in April 2014 on a visit to Douglas Laing HQ in Glasgow.
Recently announced by Douglas Laing and Co is the 5th addition to their Remarkable Regional malts range of blended malts.
I've reviewed a number of Remarkable Regional Malts on this site over the last 6 years but this one was one that really did excite me, its not often an interesting affordable dram from Campbeltown is released.
This Macallan 15 year old cask sample was tasted back in April 2014 on a visit to Douglas Laing HQ in Glasgow.
You may have noticed in the past that I do have a soft spot for the Douglas Laing range as do a lot of people.
The standard Timorous Beastie is a seriously drinkable dram, so this 10 year Old expression is one that I was really excited to see.
Timorous Beastie 21 and 40 were both outstanding, this 18 year old really was one i wanted to try.
The Remarkable Regional Malts are tasty, very tasty, and Timorous Beastie is my favourite of the five malts, so trying this 21 year old Sherry edition is one I was really intrigued by.
A 40 year old limited edition version at high ABV of a whisky that is a staple in my home whisky cupboard, well now that just sounds like whisky heaven to me.
I've had this bottle of 6 year old Tobermory, distilled in 2006, from Douglas Laing for quite some time and been sipping on it for some time without realising I hadn't previously reviewed it so was time I got round to it.
Thanks to Ben (@ben_cops) from Bens Whisky blog for the sample of this 20 Year Old Tomatin from Douglas Laing's Old Particular Range.
Tullibardine seems to be a distillery I've enjoyed much of but not really drank much of, and I think this is the first time I've reviewed an independent bottling of Tullibardine so I was really looking forward to seeing how tasty an independent bottling of this would be.
Inspired by the Norse goddess Yula is a recently released blended malt which will form part of a trilogy from the awesome Douglas Laing.