Remarkable Regional Malts With A Twist

Peated Blended Malt

Remarkable Regional Malts // Scotland

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Remarkable Regional Malts With A Twist is a limited edition blended malt from independent bottler Douglas Laing & Co. The whisky incorporates single malts from all scotch whisky producing regions -- Lowlands, Highlands, Speyside, Islay, Islands, Campbeltown all aged at least 10 years.

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As is the case with all Douglas Laing releases, it has no added color and is non-chillfiltered. The gift tin presented with the bottling rotates to highlight the many characters associated with the Remarkable Regional Malts collection such as the fox terrier (Scallywag-Speyside), the mouse (Timorous Beastie-Highlands), and the bearded lighthouse keeper (Big Peat-Islay) among others.

Remarkable Regional Malts With A Twist is a limited edition blended malt from independent bottler Douglas Laing & Co. The whisky incorporates single malts from all scotch whisky producing regions -- Lowlands, Highlands, Speyside, Islay, Islands, Campbeltown all aged at least 10 years. As is the case with all Douglas Laing releases, it has no added color and is non-chillfiltered. The gift tin presented with the bottling rotates to highlight the many characters associated with the Remarkable Regional Malts collection such as the fox terrier (Scallywag-Speyside), the mouse (Timorous Beastie-Highlands), and the bearded lighthouse keeper (Big Peat-Islay) among others.

  • age
    10 Year
  • Cost
  • abv
    48.0
  • Peated Blended Malt
    100% malted barley from more than one distillery. Dried with peat.
  • Cask Type

Tasting Notes

"True to its promise, this really does have some of almost all their Remarkable Regional Malts. A subtle coastal influence with whiffs of peat from Big Peat and Rock Oyster, light floral and citrus notes from The Epicurean, sweeter Timorous Beastie influence with a slight farminess, and a minerality associated with The Gauldrons. The spices are a bit too dominant on the palate, but otherwise a lovely dram."

Score 87
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