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Scallywag 13 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Scallywag 13 Year Old

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Scallywag 13 Year Old Bottling Note

A 13 year old variation on Douglas Laing's spectacular Scallywag blended malt Scotch whisky! Boasting a selection of Speyside malts within its recipe (all aged for at least 13 years for this expression), Scallywag is a well-Sherried treat for the tastebuds. Also, it's got a Fox Terrier on the label, which we're big fans of.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Steamed berry pudding, ginger and vanilla-rich malt.

Palate: Brown sugar, blackberries and chocolate fudge.

Finish: Granola bars and milk chocolate, with a hint of cinnamon warmth.

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Scallywag 13 Year Old Reviews

To answer your question

Blended malt is a whisky that is a mixture of single malts from different distilleries with no grain whisky added.

Blended whisky is also a mixture of different single malts but grain whisky is added, so it's not just malt whisky. Typically as far as I'm aware blended whisky is usually about 40% malt 60% grain.

Examples of the two. Johnnie Walker Black label is a blended whisky. Johnnie Walker Green label is a blended malt.

26th January 2019


"will never make the mistake of classing blended malts and blended scotch in the same category again" - what's this guy below talking about?

14th January 2019


Wow, this is a great blend, very sherried got nose blackberries as soon as I poured in the glass.
Malty palate with vanilla, black pepper and chocolate milkshake.
Very pleased with it

11th September 2018


Absolutely brilliant whisky! So sherried and silky smooth. A must buy!

3rd July 2018

Fabulous, now a blended malt convert

A really great whisky and a really special opportunity to try a vatting of multiple speyside malts! I'm definitely a blended malt convert and will never make the mistake of classing blended malts and blended scotch in the same category again. Bravo Douglas Laing & Co. for this fabulous expression!

30th January 2018


A really nice and smoth Sherry Whisky.

22nd December 2017

Sherry bomb!

Thanks for the sample. This is amazing and a real surprise. 100% sherry matured and bottled at the perfect time. Well done.

28th September 2017

Re - Excellentyy

Well, after my fine wee surprise on a previous order, I bought a bottle, OMG this is such a good whisky, smooth and gets smoother, long soft finish, hints of Balvenie DC 17 in the background, I (The Mrs) will be buying another bottle, soon. Enjoy!!!! my whisky loving friends.

28th September 2017

Speyside deliciousness

Utterly brilliant. For sure one of the best sherried speysiders I've ever tried. Scrumptious Scallywag!

19th September 2017


This was a fine wee surprise to find tucked away in my latest delivery from the MOM folks, and what a grand dram it is. Going to have to buy a bottle I think, nom nom nom

9th August 2017

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