Benrinnes distillery has a good following on the whisky underground and you don’t see a huge amount of it on the indie market. This was distilled in 1999, matured in a sherry butt for 19 years before being bottled in December 2017 as part of Douglas Laing Old Particular range.
Craigellachie Distillery has long been popular among single malt fans. This example from the ever-dependable Douglas Laing, in their Provenance range, was distilled back in January 2008, matured in a single refill hogshead, and was bottled 8 years later in March 2016 at 46% ABV - without colour...
Seven-year-old Craigellachie from Douglas Laing, presented in the newly packaged Provenance range. The Speyside single malt was distilled in 2008 and left to matured in a refill butt before it was bottled in Late 2015. A light and spicy Scotch with a lick of honey.
BenRiach is popular among whisky fans, and this is a particularly interesting from fan-favourite indie Douglas Laing. Their Provenance range showcases some youthful whiskies, and this one is a 6 year old example of Benriach distilled in December 2010 and matured in a hogshead.
An indie bottling of Clenallachie single malt Scotch from Douglas Laing, released for The Clan Denny range. This Speysider spent 7 years ageing in a single sherry but #10956, before being bottled in 2015 at 46% ABV.
Scallywag is named in honour of the Laing's family Fox Terriers who exhibit the same chararistics as this blended whisky - sweet but mischievous!
Scallywag gains a rich, dark colour from the many fine Spanish Sherry Butts selected for its casking. There is a richly spiced character on the...