Douglas Laing is a family owned and operated independent bottler that was founded in 1948 in Glasgow, Scotland.

They release a wide variety of whiskies, including those in the single cask, single grain, single malt and blended categories but they have a particular focus on extremely rare whisky.

Unlike many other bottlers, Douglas Laing make a point of bottling whisky straight from the casks that they found them in (rather than adding finishes or opting for more maturation in different casks), meaning the spirit that you get is just as the distillers intended.

Their main aim here is to provide whisky lovers with an experience that is as close to drinking straight from a cask in a distillery’s warehouse as possible.

In recent times, Douglas Laing purchased a plot of land beside Glasgow’s River Clyde and began building the Clydeside distillery, it is set to open in 2020.

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2018 Bunnahabhain 30 Year Old This exquisite Bunnahabhain 30 Year Old is one of the latest releases in Douglas Laing’s “Xtra Old Particular” (XOP) series. Known as a lighter, earthier Islay whisky, Bunnahabhain is the distillery for those that aren’t huge fans of heavily peated drams. This particular expression was matured in a single refill […]

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This Glenrothes 11 Year Old is a beautiful single cask expression distilled at the Speyside distillery in 2006 and matured in a sherry butt before being bottled by Douglas Laing for Shinanoya and The Whiskyfind. It brings an array of delicious sherry notes that work wonders on the nose and palate, as well artistic Japanese […]

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Islay Big Peat have become extremely popular in recent years among fans of Islay whisky. Released annually by indie bottler Douglas Laing, these superb blends bring complexity, balance and of course, a good helping of peat smoke. This particular bottle is one of the Christmas releases, showcasing a rather grumpy looking Santa and his sleigh […]

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