Carsebridge distillery was founded as a malt distillery in 1799 and converted into a grain distillery in the 1840s. It had seen some changes over the next few decades, with refitting, modernising and expanding. By 1980 it was the largest grain distillery in Scotland. It closed its doors in 1983 and was demolished in 1992.
Douglas Laing's "Old Particular" is a unique series of individually hand-selected aged single cask malts and grains from all over Scotland.
Each is bottled exactly the way the Distiller intended: Without colouring, or chill-filtration. The result is as close as some come to experiencing that rarest of pleasures – sampling a dram straight from its cask in the hallowed surroundings of a Distillery warehouse.
Bottled: December 2015
Age: 33 years
Cask Type: Refill hogshead
Cask Number: DL11339
44.9% ABV / 70cl
Bottle Number: One of 253 bottles
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