North British / Douglas Laing

North British 21yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing) Review

North British 21yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing) A Single Grain whisky from Douglas Laing now thats always going to be something that will intrigue me, the fact it's a 21 Year old from North British even more.

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 also.

Like many Grain whiskies it takes a bit more thought and effort to really get the best of them, they are a great way of pushing you and this is no different, light and subtle flavours but complex and interesting, this isn't for those who only want Peat Monsters or Sherry Bombs, this is for people who want to appreciate their whisky.

Thanks to Douglas Laing for the official sample.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

Sweet, powdered (icing) sugar, brown bread but sweeter like brioche, Kellogg's crunchy nut cornflakes, touches of floral notes, carnations

Palate

Sweet floral notes, hints of candied almonds brown bread, hints of peppercorns and brioche

Finish

Sweet, peppercorns and almonds

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: North British 21yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing)
Age: 21
ABV: 50.90
Distiller: North British
Bottler: Douglas Laing
Type: Single Cask Single Grain
From: Scotland, Lowland
Posted: 30/09/2015 by Tom



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