Douglas Laing's The Epicurean tells the story of a 1930s Glasgow man, a real cheeky chappy who was ever the life and soul of the party. This whisky is a blend of Lowland Malts; a marriage of the best that the East and the West of Scotland have to offer. The nose is barley-rich, citric, floral and herbal. The mouth-coatingly sweet palate displays crunched sugar, burnt citrus, mixed spices, thyme, peaches and candy. All charmingly underpinned and enriched in the finish with more of that earlier herbal character with almonds, cut grass and burnt sugar.