Douglas Laing’s: The Epicurean
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Raided Score: 81 Publication: The Whiskey Jug Excerpt: An interesting whisky created solely from lowlands, The Epicurean Whisky, is a subtle delivery of earthy malt paired with some light sweetness. It’s not complex, it won’t curl your mustache, but it will give you a nice sense of place for the whisky in the glass. Read Full Review Raided Score: 80 Publication: Distiller Excerpt: Malt and cereals in general take the third step of the podium. The finish is long and fresh. Read Full Review Raided Score: 80 Publication: Whisky Advocate Excerpt: True to the region, but the Epicurean makes the rest of the range look brighter, quicker, smarter, and tastier in comparison. Read Full Review Raided Score: 77 Publication: Whiskey Raiders Excerpt: Not bad but too hot in the finish for what it is. Other than the heat, this is really enjoyable, mustache and all. Read Full Review
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This is a Douglas Laing blended release made from a variety of lowland expressions.
Honey, peaches, pears, vanilla, waxy fruits.
Thin, mild heat, vanilla, pears, pepper, waxy fruits, mild smoke. Reminds me of a weaker Great Kings Street from Compass Box, almost.
Short, thin, hot, fruity pears. Faint lime, waxy fruits.
Not bad but too hot in the finish for what it is. Other than the heat, this is really enjoyable, mustache and all.
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