Strathclyde / Douglas Laing

Strathclyde 10yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing) Review

Strathclyde 10yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing) This dram is a sister cask to the Mystery Single Grain that i tried at Douglas Laing a couple of years back.

Aged for 9 and 1/2 years in bourbon then finished or a period of 6 months in european oak ex-sherry casks this dram is a great example of why people should not ignore grain whiskies and how sherried drams should be done.

a stonking dram, ive been through a couple of bottles already, and would advise you to hunt one down asap.

Why not try Master of Malt for a sample of this delicous dram

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

sweet toffee coffee rich fruits and tinned fruit salad, chocolate buttons, soft fruits, lovely coffee flavoured scones, lovely stuff

Palate

coca cola, toffee, creamy, wine gums, sweet juices, coffee/macchiato, banana chips, toffee, yum

Finish

sweet yumminess

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Strathclyde 10yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing)
Age: 10
ABV: 50.90
Distiller: Strathclyde
Bottler: Douglas Laing
Type: Single Grain
From: Scotland, Lowland
Posted: 22/11/2016 by Tom



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