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Douglas Laing Scallywag Cask Strength Batch #2 Review

Better late than never but it’s about time I’ll check out the latest batch of Scallywag Cask Strength. I had the magical opportunity to be at Douglas Laing HQ when the original Scallyway was released and… 168 more words

Whisky Reviews

Two Scallywags, 46% and 54.1%

Last week the guys at Douglas Laing organized a Facebook Live event, in which they broadcasted a guided tasting of some of their range. Fred Laing and Jan Beckers talked us through five drams in a rapid fire session, it took about an hour. 511 more words


Big Peat

Ah Big Peat. A gimmicky marketing success story. This is a blended malt, that is a whisky made up of various single malts, by independent bottler Douglas Laing. 318 more words


Rock Oyster (Douglas Laing) 46.8% abv

This is the third of the Douglas Laing regional malts I’ve tried from the range, paying homage to the sea. Well to be more precise the islands of Scotland, with this being made up of malts from the islands distilleries. 234 more words


The Epicurean (Douglas Laing) 46.2% abv

As I mentioned in my previous post about the Timorous Beastie, I also purchased the rest of the regional malts range from Douglas Laing.
So after my experience with the highland blend I decided to try the brand new lowland blend. 352 more words


Douglas Laing's Epicurean

Bottler: Douglas Laing
Region: Lowlands
Age: Unknown
More Info: WhiskyBase

Here’s the latest regional blend from indy bottler, Douglas Laing.

“The Epicurean” steps up to represent the Lowlands region, alongside… 384 more words


Timorous Beastie (Douglas Laing) 46.8 abv

While having a drink and chat recently with fellow blogger Sorren (OCDWHISKY), we got on to the subject of blends and vatted malts. I admitted that I’d been introduced and found some blends etc that had really impressed me, so much so that in some cases I would say they were better than some single malts I’d tried. 331 more words