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The King of Scots Blend (Douglas Laing) (1L)

(100cl, 40%)

The King of Scots Blend (Douglas Laing) (1L)

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The King of Scots (1L) Bottling Note

It's The King of Scots, but bigger! This is a 1 litre bottling of Douglas Laing's The King of Scots blended Scotch whisky, which has quite a history behind it - it was first made all the way back in 1886. If you like history and tasty blends, this wouldn't be a bad choice.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Vanilla latte, chewy caramels and a hint of fruity malt.

Palate: Orange boiled sweeties, melon and brown sugar.

Finish: Cracked black pepper, toffee and lemon.

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King of Scots Blend (Douglas Laing) (1L) Reviews

Superb for the money

Outstanding whisky, sweet and floral with a slight malty after taste, light orangey sweetness with plenty of taste. Like this so much I'm buying another bottle. Well worth the money and you'll definitely come back for more. An incredible whisky and litre bottle to!

12th February 2021

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