For those who love big, rich, smoky-peaty whiskies, this is for you. Peat Monster combines smoky and peaty single malts from the island of Islay and the Isle of Mull with rich, medium-peated Speyside whisky. The result is a balanced, highly drinkable peaty blended malt Scotch whisky.
This whisky is called Oak Cross because it offers the best characteristics of both American and French oak aging.
A rich, medium-bodied blended malt Scotch whisky, Oak Cross combines vanilla characters from American oak and spicy, clove-like characters from French oak.
Haig Club is a single grain whisky produced at the Cameronbridge distillery endorsed by David Beckham. The content inside this pretty bottle is a combination of whiskies together which have matured in a number of casks such as first-fill, rejuvenated and refill bourbon barrels. Both David Beckham...
The award winning malt whisky is back. Aged on heavy toasted, new French oak sourced from 195 year-old Vosges forests. The nose suggests clove, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla. The palate is full, round and sweet, with the spice and vanilla following and complimenting the core distillery...
A fruity single grain, single cask whisky from the Strathclyde distillery in the Lowlands of Scotland. It was distilled in 2005, left to mature in a single sherry butt (cask #10710) for no less than 9 years before it was bottled at natural cask strength in 2014 as part of The Clan Denny Range by...
A single cask 10-year-old Strathclyde bottling from Douglas Laing's OId Particular range. It was aged from November 2005 to February 2016, when 727 bottles of single grain whiskywere charged from a sherry cask.
A sherried single grain whisky from independent bottler Douglas Laing. This 11 year old Strathclyde was aged in sherry but #11484 from November 2005 to January 2017 before being bottled as part of the Old Particular range. Just 306 of these delightful bottles were filled.
Hedonism is a seminal and award winning Scotch grain whisky. It is bottled once or twice per year, depending on the availability of the quality of casks required. Rare and old, it’s something special for the collector or the new whisky enthusiast.
Distilled in 1991 and aged for 24 years in a single refill hogshead, this is a rather well-aged grain whisky from the Cameronbridge distillery. 461 bottles were filled and presented as part of Douglas Laing's Old Particular range.
A well-aged Loch Lomond bottling charged from single refill hogshead #11184. It was distilled in December 1996 and bottled at 19 years old in May 2016, as part of the Old Particular range by Douglas Laing.
A single cask Lowland grain whisky from Port Dundas, brought to us by Douglas Laing's extensive Old Particular range. It was aged for 27 years in refill hogshead #11333 from February 1991 to September 2016, with an outturn of 206 bottles.
From Douglas Laing's Old Particular range comes this 21 year old single grain Scotch whisky distilled at Invergordon. This one was aged from October 1994 to December 2015 and produced just 206 bottles. A lovely grain this, offering up notes of vanilla and fudge.
A warming, spicy single grain Scotch whisky from the Cambus distillery. This 27-year-old was aged in a single refill hogshead from September 1991 to April 2016. The outturn from cask #11172 was just 249 bottles.
A top quality grain whisky from the Port Dundas distillery, bottled by Douglas Laing for the Clan Denny range. Distilled in 1992, left maturing for 21 years in a single refill hogshead, before being bottled at 55.7% ABV.
21 year old whisky from the North British distillery, bottled as part of Douglas Laing'sOld Particular range of single grains. This whisky was matured in a single refill hogshead with an outturn of just 294 bottles. A smooth and sensational single grain Scotch.
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