A single grain from the Port Dundas Distillery, independently bottled for the Old Particular range by Douglas Laing. This one was distilled in July 2004, and bottled in December 2020 after a finishing period in a Pedro Ximénez sherry butt. At 16 years of age, the whisky was bottled up at 54.1% ABV, with an outturn of just 343 bottles.
This fine 20 year old Lowland single grain whisky was laid to rest at the Port Dundas distillery in October 2000 and bottled for Douglas Laing's Old Particular range in May 2021.
Charged from refill barrel number 15004 and bottled at 51.5% ABV, this is one of just 259 bottles that comes complete with presentation tube.
A single cask Talisker here, distilled in November 2009 and filled into a refill hogshead. There it rested for the following decade, until Douglas Laing bottled it in October 2020 at 10 years old for the Old Particular range. Just 376 bottles were released at 48.4% ABV.
A brilliant single cask unpeated Tobermory from indie bottler Douglas Laing! This single malt was distilled on the Isle of Mull back in 2005, and left in a refill hogshead for the next 15 years. In October 2020 it was drawn from the cask and bottled for the ever-wonderful Old Particular series, with 349 bottles released at 48.4% ABV.
OMAR Single Malt Whisky Bourbon comes from the Taiwanese state-owned Nantou distillery. Aged entirely in ex-bourbon casks, this is medium bodied with an oily texture and notes of vanilla and mandarin.
OMAR Cask Strength Bourbon Cask an incredibly complex whisky considering it’s only been maturing (albeit in Taiwan’s climate) for 5 years.
OMAR SingleMalt Whisky Sherry Cask. Nantou is the other distillery in Taiwan. Built in 2008 by the state, Omar single malt was launched in 2015. This is the bottling aged in sherry cask, resulting in a full-bodied and intense whisky with notes of caramel, toast, dried fruit and a hint of smoke.
OMAR Cask Strength Sherry Cask. An incredibly complex whisky considering it’s only been maturing (albeit in Taiwan’s climate) for 5 years.
Introduced as the flagship Port Charlotte expression produced by Bruichladdich in 2018, this 10 year old single malt from the Isle of Islay is a lip-smackingly smoky number indeed. It's peated to 40ppm, and drawn from a combination of first-fill American whiskey casks, second-fill American whiskey casks and second-fill French wine casks.
This expression from Bruichladdich, released under the Port Charlotte name, is as Islay as it gets. The spirit is distilled using barley grown on the Hebridean isle, with Bruichladdich working with seven farming partners to source it. It was aged in ex-American whiskey casks, and 25% of it was finished in Pessac-Léognan wine casks, imparting a smidge of fruit-forward sweetness to the smoky single malt.
Joining the Provenance Coastal Collection from indie bottler Douglas Laing comes this smashing single malt from Caol Ila. Distilled in October 2012, it was filled into a single hogshead, where it slumbered for eight years. In September 2021, the cask was opened, releasing an outturn of 419 bottles of this classically coastal Islay.
Douglas Laing’s Provenance Single Malts are bottled exactly as the distiller intended – without colouring and without chill filtration, so that the naturally present oils, fats and enzymes in the Whisky are allowed to make their own special contribution to the nose, mouthfeel, palate and finish. This particular expression from the Glenrothes Distillery has spent 10 years maturing in a Refill Hogshead.
An indie Glenrothes, bottled up Douglas Laing for the Provenance series. This one was distilled back in January 2013 and left to age in a sherry puncheon for 7 years, before being bottled in February 2020. 428 bottles were produced, and they all feature a little salmon doing a jump on the label. That's wonderful.
A wonderful sherried Speysider, this single malt was distilled over at Speyburn. In October 2006 it was filled into a single sherry butt, where it rested for over a decade. In February 2019, Douglas Laing decided it was time to bottle the whisky at 12 years old, bottling it up at 46% ABV for the Provenance series.
Douglas Laing's Remarkable Regional Malts are the ultimate distillation of Scotland's Malt Whisky regions; each bottling embodies the overarching characteristics of the region it is sourced from. If a Single Malt is a violin, a Blended Malt is an entire orchestra! Feeling indecisive? This gift pack offers the chance to sample each Remarkable Regional Malt in miniature format. This Gift Pack includes a 5cl miniature of the following: * The Epicurean * Timorous Beastie * Scallywag * Rock Island * Big Peat