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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This stunning Glen Garioch 24 Year Old was distilled in the Scottish Highlands in 1993 and matured in a refill sherry butt before being bottled by Douglas Laing for their famous Old Particular range. This whisky was released to celebrate the famous Scottish bottler’s 70th anniversary and was only available for purchase in Japanese whisky […]

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This Glenallachie 10 Year Old is an exceptional single cask whisky that was created at the famous Speyside distillery before being bottled and released for The Whiskyfind by indie bottler, Douglas Laing. It brings an intriguing and well-balanced range of notes to your nose and palate and as one of just 292 bottles, it’s quite […]

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This Islay Big Peat Blended Malt is a Douglas Laing creation made from some of the finest single malts to come out of Islay. Whisky from Ardbeg, Bowmore, Caol Ila and the silent distillery of Port Ellen is included in this fine expression and they combine in harmonious fashion. Expect lots of fruity notes and […]

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