A lowland blended malt from the excellent Douglas Laing that’s “city born and bred” and is personified by the 1930s cheeky chappy and all-round connoisseur on the label!
Very buttery, joined by notes of lemongrass, grist and cereals on the nose. A fruity hint of green banana and refreshing spearmint. On the palate, apples, pears and white grapes at first. Elegantly grassy later on, with some chocolate fudge bringing in a touch of sugary sweetness. A pinch of pepper lingers and lasts onto the finish. Cloudy lemonade, honey’d barley and granary bread with a thin layer of thyme honey on the finish.
Country: Lowland – Scotland