North Of Scotland 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 10232) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing) Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 47.9%
Product details
North Of Scotland 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 10232) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing)
Country Scotch Whisky
Region Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand North of Scotland
Bottler Douglas Laing
Distillation Date October 1973
Style Grain Whisky
Bottling Date March 2014
Cask Number 10232

North of Scotland #10232

A Douglas Laing bottling of some very old single grain Scotch whisky from the North Of Scotland. All the way back in October 1973, the folks at North Of Scotland set a cask full of their single grain to mature. A massive 40 years later, in March 2014, the cask was opened and the whisky was bottled with an outturn of only 69 bottles.

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Reviews for North Of Scotland 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 10232) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing)
Thought I was drinking Bouurbon!
Never tried any previous versions of this distillery so hard to know if this is always this corn rich in style? Sweet & aromatic, toasted oak & spicy with some dark honeycomb, chocolate & crepe Suzzette like notes but nothing here you could not find in a £40-£50 Bouurbon.Single grain whisky is still a style I am yet to be convinced by, especially as this at 40 years old lacks any real complexity regardless of the price or rarity.The Whisky Flaneur
Master of Malt Customer
9 years ago
Underwhelming
Lacks any distinction, can only compare to bottles a fifth of the price.
Master of Malt Customer
9 years ago