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Speyside & Lowland - Double Barrel (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 46%)

Speyside & Lowland - Double Barrel (Douglas Laing)

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Speyside & Lowland DLDB Bottling Note

From the Douglas Laing Double Barrel range comes yet another intriguing blended malt Scotch whisky, created using just two casks of single malt. One of these casks came from an anonymous Speyside distillery, and the other came from an anonymous Lowland distillery.

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Speyside & Lowland - Double Barrel (Douglas Laing) Reviews

A cracking malt blend

Blends seem to still get a bit of a bad name, but this might be a good first step into their world. A blend of just two single malts from two secret distilleries in the lowlands and Speyside. Nice and fresh on the nose with fruit honey and vanilla on the palate. Nice slow spice warmth with a sweet zestyness on the finish. Natural colour and non-chill filtered too. Definitely a bargain and a hidden gem for true scotch whisky fans.

6th May 2020

Back to the roots. No fancy finishes, no fancy backstory but reminds you why you love whisky in a 1st place.

Classic tastes one is accustomed to: smokey barley cereal on the nose with a touch of speyside fruitiness. Toffee cream on the arrival into vanilla and oak spices. What a creation. I could drink it all day, it's on lighter side but is vatted flawlessly. If you like classic scotch taste of fruity/floral whiskies this is the way to go.
Love it.

5th May 2020

Really intriguing!

A really intriguing whisky from Douglas Laing. I've now tried this and their other one, islay and highland, and i'm a fan of both. Well worth trying!

30th April 2020

enjoyable and recommendable

An interesting combination but interesting in a really good way. This is a very compelling, complex Malt that certainly delivers on the nose, mouthfeel and finish. There's a fruity, barley, fulsome style to this expression which is most enjoyable and recommendable.

27th April 2020

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