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Douglas Laing Provenance Caol Ila 2011 6yo
700ml 46.00%
Classic Caol Ila: all bourbon oak with that unique sooty, coal dust peat. Just so distinctive . Official notes read, "Massively sweet with later coal dust, with a hint of salt." American oak, 458 bottles released.

Douglas Laing Old Particular Jura 2006 12yo Refill Butt
700ml 48.40%
I haven't tried a Jura for quite some time, basically because most of the official bottlings from the near past just seemed so safe and lacking a little pizzaz. But this private bottling caught my eye after a tasting: rich and lush, loaded up with barley, mouthfilling with a goodly hint of the seaside. From a refill sherry butt, but light in colour, so suggest a dryer, lighter style of sherry, 366 bottles released.

Douglas Laing Old Particular Talisker 2009 8yo
700ml 48.40%
Pepper, salt, seaside air, tangy, engaging and always memorable. That's Talisker for me. And this limited bottled adds an additional dimensions: oiliness. And yes it is pricey for it's age, but how often do you see this spirit bottled by an indie under it's own name. You can also expect some quite strident peat in this youngster. Only 378 bottles released worldwide.

Douglas Laing Old Particular Benrinnes 2007 10yo Woodstock The Stocks Shiraz Cask Finish
700ml 58.60%
What happens when Scott Collett of the famed Woodstock Winery of McLaren Vale has a liquid lunch with Fred Laing, the respected head of that well established independent bottling house, Douglas Laing & Co? A unique collaboration that spans the globe. Mr Laing offered a rather bright and tasty 10yo Benrinnes, while Mr Collett offered two of his very best shiraz hogsheads that were used in the making of the 2015 vintage of his flagship shiraz, The Stocks. The result? The Benrinnes was then finished for three months in these hoggies. And the taste? That superb combination of malt and honeyed gristiness of the malt with spicy red berry fruitiness of the wine casks.

Douglas Laing Old Particular Mortlach 2006 12yo
700ml 48.40%
Another old favourite that I can never go past. And a little-known piece of trivia: Springbank is not alone with it's special 2.8 times distillation as Mortlach uses a similar technique. Which is quite intriguing as I've also associated Mortlach's with being rich and nutty. Not what you think would come with a partial triple distillation. Official notes read, "Barley rich immediately, then comes strawberry tarts and vanilla'd oak." And mine? Rich and sweet. American oak matured, 321 bottles released.

Douglas Laing Premier Barrel Dailuaine 8yo Ceramic Decanter
700ml 46.00%
Three hundred and seventy six ceramic hand filled decanters only. I have an absolute soft spot for Dailuaine (Dal-yoo-in), it's something about it its rich malty and nutty spirit and the sheer generosity of the bottlings I've tasted over the years. So to find one that is so young is a bit of treat, especially has it has a big dose of sherry wood in it. Rich, malty and fruity. Most excellent.

Douglas Laing Provenance Dailuaine 2010 8yo Sherry
700ml 46.00%
Yes it is a sherry cask but the colour ,which I normally don't comment on, is a burnished gold. Amontillado or maybe fino? It could be oloroso but definitely not a dark one. But the official notes suggest otherwise, "As sumptuous as surgery butter, showing soft red fruits, diverse with barley, ripe banana, spicy cough drops and oak." My notes read, "creamy rich with a hint of greenness." 422 bottles released.

Douglas Laing Provenance Mortlach 2006 10yo
700ml 46.00%
Aaaah Mortlach. That wonderfully rich, flavorsome and intriguing spirit. This one is all ex Bourbon oak, 389 bottles only and tasting of chocolate, toffee, citrus fruit, long and lingering.

Douglas Laing Provenance Balblair 2010 8yo
700ml 46.00%
It's 2019 and I haven't seen or heard of Balblair for ages, so to see a private bottling, I just had to get some as I remember the older official bottlings were quite rich and fulsome. The official notes stat, "Sugary with a hard candy style, gently spiced plus late liquorice." while my notes from a brief tasting declare, lots of rich toffee!! American oak matured, 422 bottles released.

Douglas Laing XOP Port Ellen 1982 33yo
700ml 55.60%
A Port Ellen. My first for 2018. Even with the announcement of the new distillery. These older bottlings are still attracting enthusiastic attention by collectors and imbibers alike. And the style? Soft and gentle does it.

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