Thanks to my wife for letting me have a sample of this.
Yeah, we’re both only children, why do you ask?
Douglas Laing, as I’ve said before, has quite a few different drams to pick from. Among them is a blended malt offering called the “Remarkable Region Malts”. One’s a mouse, one’s an oyster, one’s a big hairy man, one’s a dog, and the last is a dandy.
It’s a lineup that would make for an odd movie that very few writers/directors could pull off well. I doubt there’d be much action either.
Each has different offerings, some of which have age statements, some of which have vintages, and others have none. In this case, we have Scallywag, the Speyside malt from this odd ensemble.
The blended malt is made up of Mortlach, Macallan, Glenrotes, Inchgower, and Dailuaine, amongst others. Casks used include ex-bourbon and ex-Sherry casks.
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