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The Epicurean

(70cl, 46.2%)

The Epicurean
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The Epicurean Bottling Note

A lowland blended malt from the excellent Douglas Laing that's "city born and bred" and is personified by the 1930s cheeky chappy and all-round connoisseur on the label!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Very buttery, joined by notes of lemongrass, grist and cereals. A fruity hint of green banana and refreshing spearmint.

Palate: Apples, pears and white grapes at first. Elegantly grassy later on, with some chocolate fudge bringing in a touch of sugary sweetness. A pinch of pepper lingers and lasts onto the finish.

Finish: Cloudy lemonade, honey’d barley and granary bread with a thin layer of thyme honey.

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Epicurean Reviews

A great Lowland dram

Exactly what I look for in a Lowland Whisky - fresh, floral and moreish! A new favourite.

17th September 2017

It's a goodie

Boom - this is exactly what I wanted... An every day Malt whisky. Cracking dram and the wife likes it too! (with ginger ale)

7th April 2017

Grows on you.

Very disappointed at first. Nose has a strong whiff of wine which is not to my taste. The flavours are very light and very different from any other whisky I had tasted previously, but it is complex and with time it grows on you. Would I buy another bottle? No, but it's all about learning what you like. Might suit a summer evening more than winter.

15th February 2017

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