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Speyside whiskies are usually lighter and sweeter than other Scotch single malts. As they grow older, they develop body. The Speyside region has the vast majority of all the Scotch distilleries, and thus there is a great variation. Aside from the lighter, honeyed single malts, there are also a small group of distilleries which produce a heavily sherried style Speyside whisky. Glenfarclas and The Macallan, for example, produce big bodied drams, The Glenlivet and Glenfiddich distilleries produce the most classic, typical Speyside drams, and both are world famous.
A 1999 vintage Glen Spey single malt Scotch whisky, matured in a refill hogshead from January 1999 to February 2015. It was then bottled as part of the excellent Old Particular range by Douglas Laing, with 224 bottles produced.
We're always eager to get our hands on more Auchroisk for you lovely lot - so here's another smashing bottling from Douglas Laing's Old Particular range, featuring 15 year old Auchroisk single malt! It was distilled in December 2001 and aged in a single c
After the success of our 5yo release from a couple of years ago, we were curious to try an older version of this unusually very smoky Speyside malt. This time the result is more intense and complex: while the clean background maltiness is still present, t
The delicate whisky from this distillery in Speyside, usually very light in body and known for its flowery and honeyed touch, has received an extra layer of fruity richness thanks to a finish of twenty months in second fill sherry casks.
A young, vibrant and playful Glenrothes, with just the right amount of Oloroso sherry to give it a dry style, but only a hint of winey character. At the nose it’s nutty, peppery, fruity but with restraint. Its dry and spicy style becomes immediately evide
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