Douglas Laing unveils 22-year-old Old Particular Scotch

Mar 25, 2020by Owen Bellwood

Independent whisky bottler Douglas Laing & Co has launched a 22-year-old single grain Scotch from the Invergordon distillery under its Old Particular range.

Family-owned Douglas Laing & Co has released 155 bottles of the single cask Invergordon 22 Years Old Single Grain whisky at a natural cask strength of 48.9% ABV. Bottled without colouring or chill-filtration, the Scotch whisky is available exclusively from priced at £85 (US$100) per 700ml bottle. Director of whisky and third generation in the family business, Cara Laing, said: “Our Old Particular Spring bottling celebrates the hope and green shoots that springtime brings. “With notes of cinnamon and chocolate, we selected this single cask for bottling many months ago on the basis it would be the perfect accompaniment to some Easter chocolate indulgences. It now seems particularly fitting that it also marks the coming of spring and hopefully brighter days.” The single grain whisky is bottled with a label featuring springtime flowers, bees and rabbits. It is packaged in a wooden gift box.