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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

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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

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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

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Rock Oyster ~ 46.8% (Douglas Laing)

Review: Rock Oyster Blended Malt Scotch Whisky

Category: Blended Island Malt Scotch Whisky

Origin: Various distilleries

Bottling: Douglas Laing

ABV: 46.8%

Cost: £37.84 from Master of Malt… 434 more words

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Caol Ila 27, 1984 (Douglas Laing, Old & Rare)


Let’s make it a week of reviews of samples from my friend Rich. This Caol Ila is one of his favourite whiskies from recent years. I’ve tasted it once before, at one of the small Twin Cities gatherings Rich puts together from time to time, but that was alongside a large number of other excellent whiskies. 430 more words

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Lochside 21, 1979-2000, 50% - Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask

Most Lochsides I’ve tried have been from 1981. Both Lochsides I’ve owned are from 1981. There are some older versions out there, but most of these were from before I was interested in whisky of this caliber. 350 more words

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80s vs today whisky styles

The 1980s was a time of pac-man, tetris, Apple computers, big chunky jewellery, hair that defied gravity, caked on make-up, and some very bad pop hits. 297 more words

Scotland