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The Epicurean Whisky

The Epicurean is a standout Scotch whisky from Douglas Laing & Co, a well-known independent bottler. They are famous for making high-quality and unique Scotch whiskies. The Epicurean is one of their finest.

Douglas Laing & Co, started in 1948 by Fred Douglas Laing, is a family business. They have been choosing and releasing Scotland's special single malts, single grains, and blended malts for many years. They focus on keeping the whisky pure. They don't use chill-filtration or artificial colours. This lets drinkers enjoy the whisky in its natural state.

The Epicurean is part of their Remarkable Regional Malts range. It is a blend of some of the best single malts from Scotland's Lowland region. Lowland whiskies are known for being light, floral, and elegant. They are called "Lowland Ladies" because of their soft and gentle taste. This makes them good for both new and experienced whisky drinkers.

The name "The Epicurean" refers to the party lovers of the 1920s in Glasgow and Edinburgh. The whisky's label has a dapper man with a moustache. This reminds people of the lively spirit and love for life of that era.

The whisky is a lively, zesty, and light whisky. It has the Lowland style. You'll smell fresh herbs, citrus fruits, and cut grass. The taste has sweet barley, delicate petals, and a mix of herbs and fruits. The finish is clean and crisp, showing the refreshing qualities of Lowland whiskies.

To make the whisky, Douglas Laing blends single malts from different Lowland distilleries. This creates a complex and balanced flavour. They choose casks for ageing with care. This includes traditional oak and sometimes exotic casks. The result shows the skill of the blender.

The Epicurean is a flexible whisky. You can drink it neat, with a bit of water, or in a cocktail. Its character makes it a great choice for cocktails that need a whisky with both strength and subtlety.

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