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Whisky Review - Douglas Laing Directors' Cut Balmenach 30

OK, time for one more whisky from Douglas Laing and this time a whisky from mostly unrecognized distillery bottled for Douglas Laing premium brand ‘Directors Cut’ – Balmenach 30 years old. 240 more words

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Whisky Review - Douglas Laing Old Particular Bowmore 17

I love Douglas Laing Old Particular line. I’ve tasted a couple of them when I visited their HQ in Glasgow last October (you can see the post… 222 more words

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Whisky Review - Douglas Laing Old Particular Speyside 17

When I picked up this sample from the box, for a moment my brain froze and I was very confused. is it a way to hide the distillery name and wrap it in a shroud of mystery? 270 more words

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Whisky Review - Douglas Laing Bunnahabhain "Young & Feisty" Provenance 9yo

Another day, another young whisky. Yeah, let’s follow yesterday’s young one and check another one and see if it’s any good, and this time a Bunnahabhain, bottled by Douglas McGibbons Co (sister company of Douglas Laing). 252 more words

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Whisky Review - Douglas Laing Provenance Glenrothes 9 yo 2004

The whisky blogosphere is rambling and stormy lately discussing the NAS trend that is hitting every shelf around us in the last two years. Yeah, not every NAS bottling is bad, and not all NAS are strictly young aged whisky. 206 more words

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Whisky Review #159 St. Magdalene 27yo (OMC) 50%

Saint Magdalene was a lowland distillery. Nobody really knows when it was founded, but research indicate sometime during the late 1700′s. It was actually one of the first licensed distilleries on record. 126 more words