Tasting Notes: Douglas Laing – Rock Island

Over the last decade or so the Douglas Laing series of Remarkable Regional Malts have showcased the classic flavour profiles of the “traditional” scotch whisky making regions. Many a whisky nerd/enthusiast can (and will) debate about whether or not there actual is a single “classic” flavour from each region - and just how many regions... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes: Bowmore – 18 Year Old

The scotch whisky industry is awash with rules. Some are written. Others are not. Tradition plays a huge part in the scotch business and certain names command certain traditions. Nowadays, when you say Islay, you’re pretty much gonna think of peat. When you think of core range releases, you’re gonna think 12, 15, and 18... Continue Reading →

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