The second limited edition bottling from Douglas Laings Yula series! This blended malt Scotch whisky is made up of whiskies aged for a minimum of 21 years. All of which were taken from the Islands, including Islay. Bottled at natural cask strength, without chill-filtration neither colouring, just 900 of these were produced.
Part of the first duo of whiskies in the Wemyss Family Collection, Vanilla Burst is a blended malt whisky that’s been assembled from 15 first fill ex-bourbon barrels, in order give a full-on wave of vanilla style whisky flavours.
Part of the first duo of whiskies in the Wemyss Family Collection, Treacle Chest is the edition that’s all about first-fill ex-sherry hogsheads. The aim is to deliver a particular style of whisky that’s sweeter and with more dried fruits elements, which are typically associated with sherry maturation.
A powerhouse of a blended malt whisky here from the Timorous Beastie range by Douglas Laing. This 21 year old features big, rich notes of sherry, fruit and nut and cinnamon spice. 2,718 bottles were produced. One Per Customer Only
Douglas Laing's Timorous Beastie uses a mix of whiskies from the Highlands only, and this is its big brother at 18 years old! It's bottled at 46.8% ABV.
A great little blended malt released by Ian Macleod. Six Iles as the name might suggest is a blend of single malts from six different islands with one of the Arran, Jura. Islay, Orkney, Mull and Skye based distilleries represented here. A lightly peated and coastal influenced beauty.
The now discontinued version of Naked Grouse that is a blended Scotch still with the same core single malts of Macallan, Glenrothes and Highland Park as the new replacement that is now a blended malt. The grain Whisky element here gives a slightly more softer/creamier element to the blend but both are great level entry Scottish Whiskies for the beginner and expert alike.
Douglas Laing have now covered all the Scottish whisky regions with their Remarkable Malts range. The Gauldrons is a blended Campbeltown malt and translates as "Bay of Storms" in Gaelic.
The Corriemhor is a mystery single malt Scotch that is a fine choice to accompany a cigar and is matured in a combination of Ex-Bourbon and Sherry casks. Specially selected by Master blender Richard "The Nose" Paterson of Dalmore and Jura fame and quite reminiscent of one of those in style!
A curious old blended malt bottled by the James Buchanan company of Black and White Blended Whisky fame and the man himself was one of the early pioneers of the Whisky industry. Bottled sometime in the 1970's at the old 70 proof.
Steel Bonnets is a Scotish and English malt whisky hybrid, and was created honour those who lived in the Border Marches during the middle ages. It's bottled at a hearty 46.6% ABV.
The first batch of Douglas Laing's Rock Oyster expression to be presented at natural cask strength. Released as part of their Regional Malts range, Rock Oyster is blend of Island malt whiskies from Arran, Islay, Jura and Orkney.
Old Perth, named after the Scottish location, is Morrison & MacKay's blended malt range, and this one is the peated variant - and excellent value to boot.
Now one of the most popular brands of Whisky out there! a blended malt produced by the Grant family that combines the families three single malts of Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kininvie to crowd pleasing effect. Monkey Shoulder takes its name from the injury suffered by the distillery workers that used to have to turn the barley by hand with shovels.
A blended malt made up of single malts from the Highland region of Scotland and released by Hunter Laing. Matured in a combination of Sherry and Bourbon casks and bottled at a slighter higher strength of 46.2% ABV for a blended malt. A great alternative to the likes of Monkey Shoulder and Naked Grouse.
The Flatnose blended malt is named after a 9th century Lord of the Isles, Ketill Björnsson - his nickname was Flatnöse! A blend of 70% Speyside malt from 8 different distilleries and 30% Islay malt from just two different distilleries and 100% matured in American oak.
This is the first time we have seen something quite like this in the Diageo Special Releases. Collectivum XXVIII marks the very first time they have blended malt whiskies from all 28 distilleries currently owned by Diageo. We suspect...
Ultis is the first blended malt Scotch whisky released by Chivas. Its made from a vatting of five Speyside single malts; Allt-á-Bhainne, Braeval, Longmorn and Strathisla. This bottling is also a tribute to five master blenders whove worked with Chivas since 1909.
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The fifth Blended Malt from the splendid indie bottlers, That Boutique-y Whisky Company, this is a well-aged 21 year old whisky that's bottled at 50.7% ABV.
A tasty, peated 6 year old whisky that’s the fourth blended malt from That Boutique-y Whisky Company. This is a teaspooned malt - which means just about all of the whisky came from one particular distillery, but a minuscule amount came from another. This was bottled at 53.6% ABV.
The seventh release from Duncan Taylors popular Black Bull series. This 40-year-old blended Scotch whisky features many different single malts and single grains with vintages ranging from the 60s and 70s. To note just a few, theres Macallan 1969, Bowmore 1968, Glenfarclas 1966 and Lochside 1966, in there. Very, very impressive stuff.
Bottled in celebration of the wonderful city Edinburgh. A great blend of Islay malts which have been brought together and bottled at 48% ABV.
Big Peat has a big age now. The Gold Edition is a 25 year old blended malt made up entirely of peated whiskies from Islay. Bottled at 52.1% ABV, 3,000 bottles were released for this first edition of Douglas Laing's Vintage Series.