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Whisky Review #266 Lochside 19 yo (OMC) 50%

Lochside was a highland distillery, active from 1957 – 1992(prior to 1957 it was actually a brewery, if I’m not mistaking). This particular bottling was distilled in October 1992 and bottled in October 2010. 124 more words

Whisky Review #264 Pittyvaich 16 yo (OMC) 50%

Let’s have another go at Pittyvaich. This one was drawn from a refill hogshead(#DL 3886) that gave 345 bottles. It was distilled in October 1990 and bottled in September 2007. 131 more words

Douglas Laing & Co. - Scallywag

The Whisky:  Douglas Laing & Co.Scallywag


The Book:  The Thin Man by Dashiell Hammett

I know of no other fox terrier smart enough to find herself on a whisky label. 625 more words

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Here's Some New Old Scotch From Bottler Douglas Laing For Some Decent Prices

One thing independent Scotch whisky bottlers are good at is digging out old casks of fine spirits which have been aging for a long time, bottling them up and offering them to market at decent prices. 207 more words

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Whisky Review #262 Caol Ila 27 yo 'Old & Rare' 52.2%

Another relatively old Caol Ila, this time from a sherry hogshead.

Distilled: March 1984, bottled: January 2012. 171 bottles.

On the nose: Prunes, oranges, moist pipe tobacco, cloves, sweet smoke and toasted wood. 131 more words

Douglas Laing Announces a new range – Extra Old Particular [old bottlings]

Established in 1948, leading independent Scotch Whisky specialist, Douglas Laing & Co today announce the release of their rare and ‘antique’ aged Single Cask Scotch Whisky range “XOP” – Xtra Old Particular. 244 more words