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North of Scotland 37 Year Old 1972 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 50.6%)

North of Scotland 37 Year Old 1972 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

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North of Scotland 37 Bottling Note

A spectacular 37 year old Grain whisky from the now closed North of Scotland distillery. A frankly amazing age of whisky for the price.

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North of Scotland 37 Year Old 1972 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing) Reviews

Delicious

Fantastic and a big favorite of mine. Cannot find it anywhere!

19th December 2018

Delcious

This is remarkably similar to the Nikka Single Grain Coffey Still whisky - not entirely surprising given the production methods. Outstanding stuff; a shame there's very little around for this distillery.

13th December 2011

quite amazing

I recently went to the whisky live event in London and this stood out from the crowd, and believe me I tried a LOT of whiskies there. Warm and sweet and worth every penny.

7th March 2011

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