An extremely tasty, well-aged single grain whisky from Invergoron. It was bottled as part of Douglas Laing's Xtra Old Particular range, after being aged for 52 years in a refill barrel, from November 1964 to November 2016. 236 bottles were filled in total. Pretty Incredible.
A closed distillery bottling from Douglas Laing's Old Particular range. This 50-year-old single grain from Dumbarton was distilled back in December 1964 and left to mature for over five decades. In June 2016, just 162 bottles were filled from a single refill hogshead. Impressive.
30 year old single grain Scotch whisky from William Grant & Sons, bottled for the Girvan Patent Still range. This crisp, light and honeyed-Lowland whisky picked up Gold in the Scotch Whisky Masters Awards.
Nose: massively spiced - still very lively - fructiferously sweet & hinting at oak.
Palate: tremendously vanilla’d - ultra sweet – full of fruit cake and apricot jam.
Finish: softer now - yet warmingly spiced/gently toffee’d - typically short - but still great.
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A stellar whisky in this year's selection of Special Releases by Diageo. This well-aged single grain was aged for 40 years in refill American oak hogsheads and bottled without Chill-filtration or added colouring. Only 1,812 of these were produced.
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40 Year old single grain from the closed Caledonian distillery in Edinburgh, bottled for the Special Releases. This is the oldest whisky from the 2015 Special Releases, also the only grain to be a part of the series. A single grain whisky with a character not to be forgotten. It was nicknamed...
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