As an avid BarleyMania reader you will have noticed that Douglas Laing has always been one of the most talked-about companies on our pages. I just can’t help it, but I have been in love with them from the moment I first laid eyes on the cute label of their Highlands blend (more…)
While all eyes are currently directed at Islay where this year’s iteration of the Feis Ile festival is in full swing, cool things are happening in the other Scottish whisky regions as well. From Glasgow we just received notice that Douglas Laing are proud to announce the addition of a new duo (more…)
In recent times, I often stumbled upon Twitter Tastings and other online whisky get-togethers. They always sounded like good fun, but I never managed to take part in any. Until yesterday! Thanks to Douglas Laing’s Marketing Assistant Hannah, I got an invitation (more…)
A long time ago, in seventeen eighty-five,
The great Rabbie Burns a poem did write.
It was an ode to a rodent – shy and afraid, (more…)
On the 25th of January, all of Scotland celebrates the birth of their national poet Robert Burns (1759-1796). With good company by their sides and fine drams in their hands, they pay homage to the celebrated writer, whose ballads and poems are cherished all across the globe. (more…)
What happens when a wee field mouse makes himself at home in a cozy Sherry cask? Well, soon we will find out. Today, Glasgow-based premium blenders Douglas Laing & Co announced the 21 years old Sherry Edition of their signature Highland malt Timorous Beastie. (more…)