Posts Tagged “Cask Strenght”

Scallywag Cask Strength #2 – Douglas Laing Remarkable Regional Malts (54.1%)

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Scallywag Cask Strength #2 – Douglas Laing Remarkable Regional Malts (54.1%)

This blog was, from its inception, fascinated with malt blends (don’t you wish we could still call them vatted malts, which is really the proper name for them). The reason for that is that when put together well, you can you can enjoy a whole ensemble of influences, rather a solo player. Indeed, when all…

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The Pride of Speyside in Cask Strength

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The Pride of Speyside in Cask Strength

Douglas Laing recently launched the┬á‘Remarkable Regional Malts’ as an umbrella brand for the vatted/blended malts combining the highly popular Islay Big Peat with The Speyside Scallywag, Timorous Beastie from the Highlands and the maritime Rock Oyster from the Islands. Together with a new website (and online store), Douglas Laing has launched a video for the…

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